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Baltimore City Guide 



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Guide Piiblishira;-Cr\, in the cffice c f n.e Librarian of Congress, at 
Wasbin;:' - O. C. 



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(ESTABLISHED 1811. ^ 

S.W. Cor. Baltimore and Calvert Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



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NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON, 
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PRIVATE WIRE 



Between Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia and New York. 

INTEREST ALLOWED 

On Deposits of Banks. Bankers, Corporations and Individuals by agree- 
ment. Railroad, Municipal and other Loans Negotiated ^ 

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^> Baltimore is the principal city south of Philadelphia. Its 

- population, by the census of June 19th, 1888, was 416,8U5— 64,509 
being- colored persons. These numbers are constantly increas- 
ing, and now reach over a half a million. The city was laid out 
in 1730; it is a port of entry and commercial centre, having reg- 
ular lines of European and other foreign steamers, and any 
number of domestic lines. 

Regular passenger trains arrive and depart daily, at one large 
Union Depot and five one-corporation depots. It is the centre 
of Maryland's extensive canning and tobacco trades, oysters, 
fisheries, shipbuilding, orchard products, &c. The 6,787 manu- 
facturing establishments of the State ship their wares via Bal- 
timore, which, from its situation on the Chesapeake Bay, is one 
of the best places for export and import, it being the nearest 
harbor city to the West. 

Baltimore is called the Monumental City, and deserves as Avell 
to be named the City of Churches, of Homes, and, above all, of 
Handsome Women. 

BAYSIDE RESORTS. 

Two resorts are the most popular, and during the summer are 
visited by thousands. They are "Bay Ridge" and "Tolchester 
Beach," the former about thirty-two, the latter twenty- five 
miles from the city. Both have fine grounds, hotels, bath- 
houses, &c., and a beach nearly equal to the seacoast. Steamers 
run twice a day, 

DRIVES. 

Besides the lovely drives through Druid Hill Park, and thence 
to Green Spring Valley and Pimlico. thei'e are many other fine 
roads : The Charles Street Avenue leading to Woodlawn Cem- 
etery, Waverly and Towson ; the Falls Road to Hampden, Lake 
Roland, etc.; the York, Harford, Belair, Philadelphia and North 
Point Roads ; the old pike to Westminster ; the Liberty Road ; 
the Franklin Road through Calverton, Five Mills, Gwynn's Falls 
and Powhatan ; Edmondson Avenue extended, crossing a bridge 
over Gwynn's Falls, to Catonsville ; the Frederick pike passing 
the House of Refuge, Mount Olivet, Western and Loudon Park 
Cemeteries, Fairview, Paradise, Catonsville and Ellicott City. 

MONUMENTS. 

In the square just north of the Washington Monument is a 
fine statue of Chief J ustice Roger Brooke Taney, Maryland's 
greatest and most celebrated jurist, copied from that by Rine 
in front of the State House at Annapolis. It was presented to 
the city by Wm, T. Walters, a merchant of Baltimore, and was 



PlSHElR 3c SHAW, 

1 iivestrnent Bankers, 

Members of the Baltimore Stock Exchange. 

Dealers in First Class Municipal Bonds and in other 
Good Securities. JI^f-LOANS NEGOTIATED. 

■ 4 S. CALVERT STREE T, Telephone 933. 
J. WM. MIDDENDORF. WM. B. OLIVER. 

MIDDENDORF, OLIVER & CO. 

Bankers and Brokers,, 

KEYSER BUILDING, 

Mo. 213 E. GERMAN STREET, BALTIMORE, MD'., 

Members Baltimore Stock. Exchange. 

THE MARYLAND SAVINGS BANI OF BALTIMORE CITY 

315 and 317 E. Baltimore Street, 

(Neal Building.) S. W. Cor. Baltimore & Holliday Sts. 

Wm. Henry Baldwin, Jr.. Pres. Calvin S. Sbriver. 1st Vic#-Pre?. 
H. G. Vickery, 2d Vice Pres. Daniel Cloud, Treas. 

Money received on deposit in sums of one dollar and 
upward. Interest allowed on deposits. Bank open 
lo A. M. to 2 P. M. 

THE SAVINGS Mi OF eALIIMOeE, 

N. W. Corner Gay and Second Streets. 

Samuel McD. Richardson, Pres't. 
William H. Conkling, Treas. Frederick A. Hoffman, Ass't Treat. 

ORGANIZED, 1818. INCORPORATED, 1819. 

Open Daily for Business from lo A. M. to 3 P. M. 



D H T R DQrn \ SUPERLATIVE PATE«T-THE 

r Al ArolU \ premier flodr of America. 

unveiled about three years ago. It represents Taney attired in 
his robes ot office seated and exami piece of nianuscr.pt. 

^ On Calvert street, fronting the P<>stoffice and north of^ Fay; 
a*^a io thP historic and iustly renowned Battle Monument, 
whfchannears i^n thi official seal of the city of Baltimore It 
was erected 5 1815 25 in memory of the gallant defenders of the 
^•w whofelHn the repulse of tfie British army of invasion un- 
der ueneral Ross at North Point September 2th and 13th 18U 
The monument is of marble, and consists ^^ a base shaft and 
Pffiffv The shaft represents a/asces, bound with a hllet, upon 
whfoh are inscribed the names of the thirty-nine heroes who 
S at NorthPoint Surmounting the shaft is a female hgure 
wearing a mura crown and holding in upraised hand a laurel 
w?eath\ovv^rds the battle field. The figure was executed by 

%^he w'ells and McCoraas Monument in Ashland Square at the 
^,,n7.tinn of AiSGulth Gav and Monument streets, finished in 
187^ commemorates the brave and patriotic self-sacrifice of 
mnieTwL^fs^nd Henry G. McComas, who are popularly sup- 
posed to have tilled the English commanding officer, General 
Ross at North Point, though now this is thought to be errone 
n.?R It is certain, however, that both of the youths, neither of 
Xom'wal ?wenJy 'years of age, A^ed simultaneously at the time 
he fell, and they themselves were both killed immeaiateiy ax 

'^In'^Greenmount Cemetery is the monument erected to John 
McDono'^h, the philanthropist, who left the 0}^^^ «^, ^^^^^P 
mense fortune to the cities of Baltimore and New Orleans for 
thp education of indigent orphans. „,., 

Greenmount also contains the memorial m9nument of Wil- 
liam RFereuson founder of the Howard Society, who died at 
TforfolkVa^oryeUow fever during the epidemic of 1855, while 
heroicallv ra nistering to the plague-stricken inhabitants. 

^North Broadway stands a tall shaft in a commanding posi- 
tion seen from all darts of the adjacent country, erected in 
l865in memorT of Thomas Wildey, founder of the Independent 
Orde?^ Odd Fellows in the United States. It is fifty-two feet 
high and surmounted by a life-size figure of Charity protecting 

°7nThe graveyard of the old Westminst^er Presbyterian 
ChSrch on the southeast corner of Greene and Fayette streets 
iathemarblrpedestalcovered witha cap re^ on a granite 
Siseofer the grave of the poet, Edgar Allan Poe whose 1 11- 
sfa?red^ife and melancholy genius are well known to all lovers 
ff literature oTthe pedestal Is a medallion portrait of Poe 

%2?description of Washington Monument see Illustration. 
MOUNTAIN RESORTS. ., ^ ^^ 
'•Pen-Mar" on the Western Maryland Railroad, the most 
beautiful spot o( the Blue Ridge Mountains, has a national rep- 
SSSon fofsceSery, pure air. &c. It is seventy miles from the 

^^Monterev Springs is a little nearer to the city, in Franklin 
couS?y! Pa., and te visited in summer by crowds seeking pure 

^^Chattolanees'p^rinls Hotel, Green Spring Valley Baltimore 
rountv s nold for its mignificent water which, according 
to iSaI;sissurpas-s the Poland Springs of Maine. Cures all 
ifvc? kidney and stomach troubles. It purifies and cleanses 
the system.' W. L, Stork, proprietor, ^ 




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J. Willcox Brown. Chas. D, Lowndes. Frank T. Redwood. 

BROWN & LOWNDES, 

Stock Exchange Building, 
P.O. BOX 854. BALTIMORE. 

f^etropoiitan Savings Bank 

OF BAI.TIMORE, 

N. E. COR. CALVERT AKD LEXINGTON STS. 



C. C. SHRIVER, JAMES J. RYAN, 

PRESIDENT. TREASURER. 

Interest Allowed on Deposits. 

P. O. Box 655, Telephone Call 814. 

WILLIAM WINCHESTER, 

Stock and Note Broker, 

306 SECOND STREET, 

Meiber Baliimore Stock ExcMiige. Baltimore. 

Agent for sale of Lombard Investment Go's 

GUARANTEED 6 PER CENT. MORTGAGES. 

FOR ANY INFORMA- 

TION ABOUT ^ 

NEWSPAPER 

ADVERTISING, 
ADDRESS 
NATIONAL 

ADVERTISING 
BUREAU, 
N.W. Cor. Baltimore ard 
North Sis., Baltimore. 



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VJ. A. UdiliUliU J- Mo. 214 Commerce Street. 

THE lASHlHGTOS MONUMENT. 

This Monu- 
ment is located 
V.-" an eminence 
at the junction 
of Charles and 
Monument Sts, 
100 feet above 
tide. From the 
middle of this 
rises the col- 
uran,and hand- 
somely decor- 
ated greens 
and wallts ex- 
t e n d for a 
square on four 
sides. This lo- 
cality is named 
Mount Vernon 
Place, after 
Washing-ton's 
Homestead. 

The Monu- 
ment i s of 
white marble. 
Its base is 60 
feet square and 
35 feet high; 
from this base 
rises a Doric 
column (20 feet 
in diameter at 
the base and 1.5 
feet at the top) 
to a height of 
lt)5 feet above 
ground. Upon 
the capital of 
this column 
is agallery,and 
above that a 
colossal statvie 
of Washington, 
re pre senting 
him in the act 
of resigning his L- 
commission as C 
General-in- 

Chief of the United States Armies. It is a work of great merit, 
by the sculptor Gregory. Robert Mills was the architect of this 
chaste and svmmetrical structure. 

The total height of the Monument to the head of the statue is 
180 feet above ground, and 280 feet above tide. It is ascended 
on the inside by a circular stairway of 320 steps ; a lantern be- 
ing used to light the way. Visitors are admitted to the top on 
payment of a small charge, 

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ESTABI.ISHED 1840.- 



Xhe Baltimore ^ews Qo. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

BOOKSELLERS , 

STATIONERS, 

NEWS DEALERS , 

303 E. BALTIMORE^^^B SOUTH STS. 



PUBLISHERS' AGENTS 



rOK Alil. THE CHEAP PUBLICATIONS— SEASIDE AND 

OTHER L.IBRAKIES. 

Subscriptions received for the leading Weekly Papers, 

Magazines, Reviews, both Foreign and Home, at 

lowest prices, delivered in the city by our own 

carriers or sent by mail. Special attention 

given to mail orders. Special facilities 

for miscellaneous orders, having 

correspondents in all parts 

of the country. 



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THE eALTIMORE NEWS COMPANY. 



DATJlPQPftl SUPERLATIVE PATERT— THE 
rAliirOVJU ; PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



THE CITY HALL, 




This imposing marble structure occupies the squai*e bounded 
by Fayette, Holliday, Lexington and North streets. It is four 
stories high with a massive dome. The offices of all the cil y 
oflBcials are located in the Hall as well as the chambers of the 
first and second branches of the council and the school board 
The Hall was dedicated October, 1875, and cost $3,375,400.41. 

FOR GOOD AVORK CALL ON 

FREID. G. LINCK, 

QlTY HALL STEAM DYEIKG AND SCOURIHQ 

ESTABLISHMKNT, 

305 E. Fayette Street, 

Between North and Holliday Sts. BALTIMORE, MD. 

Branch Office, No. 815 Lexington Street. 



HIGHEST POINT OF OBSERVATION— HOTEL ALTA- 

MONT, EUTAW PLACE. 

The Hotel being situated on the highest point in the city, con- 
sequently gives views from the parlor which cannot be had els- 

The height being above the Washington Monument, one can 
overlook the Chesapeake Bay, Patapsco River, City of Balti- 
more, Druid Hill Park and the surrounding country, 

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WHOI.ESAi:,E. 



RETAIL. 



POOKJELLEKJ 

AND STATIONERS, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Scliiool S-u-pplies, 




School Books, 
Copy Books, 
Drawing Books, 

Mathematical hstrosnts, 

Globes, School Desks, 
Slates,Huffleral Frames, 

Black Boards, 
Composition Books, 

Pencils, Slates, Inks, 

SCHOOL PRINTING 



OF ALL KINDS. 



No. 8 BALTIMORE ST., EAST, 



3 doors below Charles St. 
BAI.TIMOKE, MD. 



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ESTABLISHED 1866. 



r S nonihT'iinMANnFACTDRING COMPANY 
U. A. Uamuim j- uo. 214 commerce Street. 

This is the only point easy of access from which visitors can 
view the city. 

Elevator runs to parlor. Visitors are cordially invited. A 
glass will be found in hotel office which will aid the view. 

PARKS. 

The public parks of Baltimore are numerous, spacious and 
well kept. The largest is Druid Hill Park, in the western sec- 
tion, which contains about TOO acres of timbered land and beau- 
tiful lawns laid out with stone walks and g-raveled roadways. 
An immense reservoir in the Park contributes a portion of the 
city's water supply. A boat lake, skating pond, base ball and 
tennis grounds are also contained in the mammoth inclosure. 
The ground consists of alternate swells and depressions, and the 
park, in winter or summer, possesses extreme rural beauty. 
Valuable zoological and ornitholosical collections form an at- 
tractive and interesting feature. At the eastern city limits is 
Patterson Park, containing USX acres, and Federal Hill and 
Riverside Parks are in South Baltimore. Johnson, Lafayette, 
Harlem, Madison, Franklin and other squares are scattered over 
the city. All of them are shaded by ornamental, evergreen and 
deciduous trees and provided Avith prettj' walks and seats. The 
parks are mainly kept in order by taxes on the street railroads. 

POSTOFFICE AND U. S. COURT HOUSE. 




This magnificent buildina- fronts on Calvert and extends from 
Fayette to Lexington street, and is to have a fine lawn in the 
rear, between it and North strec^. It is five stories high, of 
symmetrical shape and proportioiis, has eight towers and is 
built of an excellent quality of granite. The corridors are fin- 
ished in black marble and the rooms and offices in hard woods. 
It is an imposing structure of great architectural beauty, and 
cost about $3,000,000. 

Office Hours.— Postmaster, 10 A M to 3 P M, Assistant Post- 
master and Cashier, 9 A M to 4 P M. City Mailing and Inquiry 
Departments, 8 A M to 4 P M. Money Order and Registered 
Letter Departments, 9 A M to 6 P M, General Delivery 6AM 
to 10 P M. Stamp Window, 7 30 A M to 8 P M. 

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ESTABLISHED 1810. 



GUSHING 8u COMPAUY, 



34 "W. BALTIMORE STREET, 



OPPOSITE HANOVER STREET, 



Publisliers, 
Booksellers 

J^ Stationers^ 



LAW BOCKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, 
SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, 



STATIONERY 

FOR BANKS, COUNTING ROOMS, SCHOOLiS AND 

FAMILIES. 



Blank Books Made to Order in our own Blnflery. 

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^. IJilAfOWj- PREMIER FLODR OF AMERICA. 

Sub-Stations. 

A.— Charles and Eager streets. Browa — Baltimore and Gil- 
mor streets, deliveries 7 30 and 10 30 A M, 3 P M. C— Lig'ht and 
Weyler streets. D.— Broadway and Bank street. E.— North av- 
enue near Charles street. F.— Broadway and Chase st. G.— Mc- 
Mechen street and Eutaw place. J.— Elliott and Curley streets. 
Waverly, deliveries, 7 45 and 10 45 A M, 4 15 P M. Woodberry, 
deliveries, 8 and 10 30 A M, 4 P M. Hampden, deliveries. 7 30 and 
10 30 A M, 4 30 P M. Carroll, Frederick Road, deliveries, 7 45 and 
10 45 A xVI, 4 PM. 

Collections 

Are made daily from the Street Letter Boxes as follows: First— 
7 30 to 9 15 A M. Second— 11 A M to 1 15 P M. Third— 3 30 to 3 30 
P M. Fourth— 5 to 7 30 P M. Fifth— 8 to 9 P M. Sixth— 9 to 11 30 
P M. Sunday— 5 to 7 30 P M and 10 to 11 30 P M; in business sec- 
tions, 9 to 10 30 A M. 

BALTIMORE CITY ELECTION DAYS. 

By act of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1888, chapter 
397, the time for holding municipal elections in Baltimore city 
was changed from October to November, as follows : 

For Mayor— Tuesday next after the first Monday in Novem- 
ber, 1889, and on same day and month in every second year 
thereafter. The terra of office of the Mayor will begin the third 
Wednesday of November, in the year of his election, and con- 
tinue two years. 

For City Council, First Branch— Tuesday next after the first 
Monday in November, beginning in 1888, and same day every 
year thereafter. 

Second Branch— Tuesday next after the first Monday in No- 
vember of 1889, and on the same day in every second year there- 
after. 

THE JOHN RYAN C0~ ' 

TYPE FOUNDERS 

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S. W. COR. SECOND AND FREDERICK STS. 



Printing Presses, Paper Cutters, Printing Machines, 
and Printers' Furniture of Every Description at Lowest 
Prices. 

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W.E.C.HARRIS9N&S0NS. 




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MAGAZINES, 




AND 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Albums, Bibles, 

PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS, 
BLANK BOOKS.. PAPER, 

ENVELOPES, 

leEITS, IlsTICS, dec. 

"Wholesale and Retail. 



224 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 

NEAR NORTH STREET, 

ALL THE NEW NOVELS AS ISSUED. 



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PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



THE ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY. 




Mr. Enoch Pratt, a merchant of Baltimore, in 1883, gave to the 
city nearly a million of dollars, on conditions which were sub- 
sequently complied with, to secure an annuity for the main- 
tenance of a Free Library. The necessary legislation, as well 

as the vote of the citizens of Baltimore, ratified the designs of 
the founder. He built a marble home for the Li biary on Mul- 
berry, near Cathedral street, 81 by 140 feet, intended to be thor- 
oughly fire-proof. The style of architecture is Romanesque, A 
tower 98 feet high rises from the centre of the facade. The- 
front is lighted by large windows and oruamr-nted with allego ri 
cal sculpture. The building has room for :iOO,(X)0 books an d;i50 
readers at a time, 

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J. LANAHAN, 
Publisher, Bookseller ,f Stationer, 

118 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 

FINE AND COMMERCIAL 

STATIONERY, 



* LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S POCKET BOOKS,* 



CARD CASES, 



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IBIXuIu IBOOICS. 



LATEST AND BEST BOOKS ALWAYS ON HAND. 



118 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 

NEAR CALVERT, 
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f. fi fiflrnhpiinMANDFACTURING COMPANY 
\J. A. uamuim \ jo, 214 commerce Street. 



PEABODY INSTITUTE. 




This elegant and palatial marble building-, the cornpr of 
JhP^t/T^i^^f ^^•^^^*''^^^"^^0"^^"^ent stfeets, is shSwn ?n 
the above Illustration, was the munificent gift of Georee Pei- 
Thl-^'h^'L^-^ "^'^^ ""^ ^'^ ""'^'ly struf^gles and business sufcerset 

imnnn"o''^'"^^''''I?^'>'°^u^ ^^''^^ ^"^ valuable libmry of over 
100,000 rare and choice books, having- roona for 'sno nnn • anH q a^I 
art gallery of select paintings and cla?si?and modern s?atuaiv 
Both are tree and accessible to the public-the Librarv frnn/o 
A. M. to 9 P. M., and the Art Gallery from 10 A Mto iP% 
every day except Sundays and legal holidavs This is not a niV' 
culating library like the Enoch Pratt, but one of reference" 
The books are not allowed to be taken a Way fiom the bvSnJ' 
but can be used or read in the reading room attached to tlfe 
Library. In addition to a large Lecture Hall it has a isn a Pnn 
seryatory of Music of woHd-wide reputation and fame fn 
S'^H^ \^\^^ «^^^r «f "^lisic is taught and foieredTh^f'oi? 
celebrated professors and highest musical talent aVe en J^^fi 
and the concerts given in thi hall areas finished and reflnid as 
they are classic and ?w^«ro^e. a very moderate ?,Vi Hon fii^! 
charged, but the pupils, when sulficTen^fy 1,dvlnced are «ei 
?eK*?1,oSplns?t'?o'n"^^.^ participate in t^fconcer^t's \'nd^r J-' 

All the departments of the Institute are gene?oSsly endowel; 

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OLD BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD ADD EXCHANGED. 

WM. V. PIPPEU, 

Successor to "Des Forges," 
327 N. CHARLES STREET, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

DEALER IN 




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OLD KENT OF MARYLAND: 

Notes illustrative of the most ancient records of Kent 
County, Md., and genealogical histories of old and 
distinguished families of Maryland and their con- 
nection by marriage. By Col. Geo. A. Hanson. 

OCTAVO,. 400 PAGES, PAPER COVER S^.OO 

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The Beautiful Parlor on Top of House. 



VIEWS surpass those from Washington Monument. 
Hig-hest point of observation in Baltimore. 
One can overlook the Chesapeake Bay, Patapsco River, 
City of Baltimore. Druid Hill ParK and surrounding 
country. Parlor is heated by steam and log fires. 
Enclosed by immense plate glass windows. Makes a 
sun parlor and reception room combined. For summer it will 
be the coolest point, receiving all the breeze, and from every 
quarter. Awnings on all sides, and air chamber over roof will 
let olT the interior heat of the sun. 

AMERICAN PLAN. 



Cuisine is homelike and refined. Rooms en suite, single and 
with bath. Pamphlet describing Baltimore and Hotel Altamont 
sent free. 



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LEGAL, HOLIDAYS IN MARYLAND. 

1. Christmas Day. December 25th. 2. New Year's Day, Janu- 
ary 1st. 3. Independence Day, July 4th. 4. Washington's 
Birthday, February 32d. 5. Good Friday. 6. The general and 
Congressional election days. Also, on proclamation by the 
Governor or by the President of the United States, all special 
days of thanksgiving or of humiliation and prayer. 

THE STREETS. 

The streets of Baltimore generally run at right angles, so 
that strangers And but little dilliculty in making their way 
about the city, and their cleanliness and regularity elicit the 
praise of all visitors. In the northern and northwestern part of 
the city, and other sections known as the residence portions^ 
the dwellings are of handsome design, elegant in appearance, 
roomj", well lighted and ventilated. Lines of street cars fur- 
nish quick and ready transportation to the business centres,, 
and the cheap cab system renders locomotion easy, convenient 
and expeditious. Rents are reasonable, and persons of moder- 
ate means find Baltimore unsurpassed in facilities for securing 
good homes with all the modern conveniences in respectable 
and desirable neighborhoods. 



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Abraham, from Harford av bet 

Monument and Madison 
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Adams, Homestead 
Adams al, E from Maryland av 

S of North av 
Addison, E f m 505 N Front— 804 

to 834 
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Aiken, N from Lanvale E of 
Aisquith 

' " " fm 1200 E Balto 
Baltimore 
Laurel 
Fayette 
Douglas 
Holland 
Mullikin 
Orleans 
Jefferson, Low 
McElderry 
Monument 
Madison 
Chew 
Eager 
Chase 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hoffman 



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1507 1500 Oliver 
1601 J600 Federal 

1701 l^anvale 

1735 1800 Townsend 

18 U) North av 

Aisquith ct, S fm 1203 Jackson 
Ajax al, (formerly Jew al) N 

from 918 E Monument 
Albemarle, S fm 811 E Balto 
Plowman 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Fawn 
Trinity 
Eastern av 
Canton av 
Albert, N f m Raynor av E of 

Calverton rd 
Albert (or Coke al), from 813 

Neighbor— Even 830 to 844 
Aliceanna, E fm East Falls av 
S of Canton av 



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Caroline 

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Ann 

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Alluvion, E f rom Ridgely S of 

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Amity. N from 926 W Balti- 
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Amity, S from 933 W Balti- 
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Amity ct, from 123 N Amity 
Anderson ct, see McDonald ct 
Andre, S from Beason E of 
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Marriott 

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Fort av 

Angle al, N fm 1644 E Eager 
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1015 1006 
1029 1130 
Ann, N fm 1800 E Baltimore 
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205 200 Fayette 
300 Mullikin 
402 .Orleans 

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1000 Eager 
1100 Chase 
1202 Biddle 
1204 Gay 

Preston 

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Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

Lancaster 

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Archer, fm Columbia av W of 

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Argyle av, N f m 624 W Biddle 
909 900 Biddle 
1001 1000 Greenwillow 
1113 1138 HotTman 
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1301 1300 Lauvale 
1401 1402 Townsend 
1515 1500 Mosher 
1603 1600 Pitcher 
1623 1626 Sewell 
Arlington av, N fm 1100 W 
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— 600 Edmondson av • 
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Lafayette av 
Mosher 
Fremont av 
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Anthony, E fm 
Arcade al, W f m 208 N Eutaw 
Arch, N fm 636 W Baltimore 



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Armistead la, E from Light S 

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Carey 

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Strieker 

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Baker ct, E fm 331 Rock 
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600 Frederick 

700 Centre Market, 

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720 Jones Falls 

800 Front 

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900 High 

1000 Exeter 

1100 Llovd;East 

1300 Aisquith 

vm Central av 

1400 Eden 

Spx'ing 

1500 Caroline 

1600 Bond 

1634 Bethel 

1703 Broadway 

1734 Regester (.Ir- 

1800 Ann [vine PI) 

1814 Durham 

1900 Wolfe 

1914 Chapel 

2000 Washington 

2024 Castle 

3103 Chester 

Duncan al 

2200 Collington av 

Patt'son-pk av 



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Charles [Ian 

Hanover, [McClel- 
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Liberty 
Howard 
Eutaw 
Paca 
Greene 
Pearl 
Arch 
Pine 

Fremont av 
Poppleton 
Amity 
Schroeder 
Arlington av, 

Carlton 
Carrollton av 
Stockton al 
Carey 
Calhoun 
Strieker 
Gilmor 
Mount 
Bruce 
Fulton av 
Monroe 
Payson 
Pulaski 
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Bank, E from 401 S Exeter 

1305 1300 Exeter 

1305 1306 Central av 

1401 1400 Eden 

1501 1504 Caroline 

1609 1610 Bond 

1703 1730 Broadway 

1801 1803 Ann 

1901 1900 Wolfe 

3001 3000 Washington 

2103 2103 Chester 

3201 2200 Collington av 

2235 2246 Patt'son-pk av 

Bank la, E fm Charles N of 

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Bank-st ct, from 1433 Bank 

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Barclay, N from 400 E Eager 
1103 1100 Chase 
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1528 Oliver 

1602 Federal 

1701 1700 Lanvale 
1803 1800 Townsciid 
1815 1816 North av 

Barnes, E from 813 N Bond 
Barnet, W fm 222 N Charles 
Barney, E fm 1800 S Charles 
105 112 
137 234 
Barney, W fra 1800 S Charles 
21 14 Charles 

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Barranger ct, W from 242 N 

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Bar re, E from 500 S Charles 
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403 410 Eutaw 
501 500 Greene 
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1005 1004 Columbia av 
1053 1056 Mc Henry 
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Bath, see Foundry 

Battery av, S f m Warren E 
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900 Warren 

910 Hamburg 

1101 1100 Cross 
1201 1200 West 
1401 1400 Clement 
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1527 1524 Randall 

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Bayard, fm James S of Wooster 
1217 1200 
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1359 1236 
Bayard ct, from 435 N Eden 
Bayer al, (See Duncan ai) 
Beale ct, rear 415 N Bond 
Beason, E from Porter S of 
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Beck la, from Frederick av 

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Bedford al, S f m 15 W Camden 
Beech av, Hampden 
Beech av,W of Paav N of Chest- 
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Beech av, W from Slingluff la 

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Beethoven tr. Park av from 

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Belair av and rd. Gay ext 

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Bell al, N from 216 Foundry 
Bellhouse al, W fm 802 S Dallas 
Belt, E fra Barclay N of First 
Belt a 1, S from Covington W of 

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Belvldere, from Greenmount 

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Benjamin, S from Beason E 
Bennett, N from Boston E of 

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Bentaloii,S fm Frederick av 
W of Brown 

201 

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Bethany la, Wfm212 N Carey 
Bethel, N from 1624 E Baltic 

6 Baltimore 

205 200 Fayette 
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401 400 Orleans 
507 504 Jefferson 
601 602 McElden-y 
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506 
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702 
730 



Baltimore 

Lombard 

Pratt 

Gough 

Bank 

Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

Lancaster 



ct, E from 213 S Bethel 
Row, from Saratoga 
W of Gay 
Bethel pi, E from Bethel S of 

Bank 
Bevan, from Henrietta W of 
Hanover 
901 900 
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Beverly, W from Light S of 
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Charles 

St Paul 

Calvert 

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Greenm't av 

Valley 

Getz av 

Ensor 

Hoi brook 

Aisquith 

Central av 

Eden 

Caroline 

Dallas 

Bond 

Broadway 

Ann 

Wolfe 

Washington 



Biddle, W fm 1200 N Charles 

11 — Charles 

21 22 Maryland av 

— 100 Cathedral 
207 200 Parkav 

— 234 Bolton 
303 300 Linden av 



315 332 Eutaw 
407 412 Madison av 
— 422 McCulloh 

503 500 Druid Hill av 
605 604 Penna ave 
633 634 George 
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Biddle ct, N fm Biddle W of 

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Binney, N 

Patapsco 

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1125 934 

Birckhead, W fm Light S of 

Gittings 
Blackberry al, W from 104 

Hollins al 
Block, from West Falls av 
to Thames 
1101 1126 West Falls av 



fm Boston E of 



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1333 
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Wills 



Bloodgood ct, W from 200 N 

Front 
Bloom, S W fm intersection 

Eutaw pi and North av 



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435 
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533 



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533 



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Madison av 
Druid Hill av 



Bloom ct, see Brunt ct 
Bloom ingdale rd, fm Fred- 
erick av to Libert J' rd 
Bloomsberry, E fm Light S 
of Heath 
103 110 
123 114 
Bohemia ct, E from 135 N 

Washington 
Bokee, E fm 1334 N Washington 
Bolton, N fm 232 W Biddle 
901 900 Biddle 

Preston 

1107 1106 Hoffman 
1201 1304 Dolphin 
1335 1308 Lanvale 
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McMechen 
Wilson 
Laurens 
Robert 
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Bolton al, see Bouldin al 
Bond, N from 1600 E Balto 



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Faj^ette 

Mullikin 

Orleans 

Jefferson 

Walker 

McElderry 

Monument 

Madison 

Chew 

Abbot 

Barnes 

Eag'er 

Gay 

Chase 

Biddle 

Preston 

Hoffman 

Oliver 

Lanvale 

Townsend 



Bond, S from 1600 E Balto 
Baltimore 
liOmbard 
Pratt 
Gough 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
Aliceanna 
Lancaster 
Shakespeare 
Thames 



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303 
300 
400 
503 
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900 



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101 
201 
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701 
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817 
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of Baltimore 
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903 903 Poppleton 
1003 1014 Schroeder 

1103 Arlington av 

1305 Carey 

1508 Strieker 

1935 1533 

Born ct, E fm 331 N Fremont av 



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2731 2800 Chesapeake 

3834 Potomac 

Bouldin, S from First av E of 

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Bouldin al, fm Lanvale E of 
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1403 1400 T&wnsend ♦ 

1503 1503 Mosher 
1611 1620 McMechen 
1701 1700 Wilson 
1803 1803 Laurens 

1931 Robert 

3307 3306 Gold 
3333 3330 
Bounty la. E f m 17 S Spring 
Bowen ct, E f m 1803 Barclay 
Bowers ct, N fm Wagon al 

W of Schroeder 
Bowen or Bo wham, S fm Cross 
W of Co'umbia av 
1101 1100 
1175 1184 
Bowly, fm McElderry's whf S 

of Pratt 
Bowly 's Whf fm 217 E Pratt 
201 300 
333 206 
Box, S from German W of 

Hanover 
Boyd, W from Fremont bet 
Hollins and Lombard 
805 — Fremont 
865 8 Parkin (Cal- 
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Bradford al, N from Balti- 
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— 18 Baltimore 

Fayette 
Jefferson 
McElderry 
626 
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Bradford al, S fm Eastern 

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BOS 503 Eastern av 
601 602 Canton av 
629 634 
Brady av, E from York rd 

N of Oxford av 
Brehui la, E from 331 Belair 

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Breidebaugh al, from 428 E 

Saratoga 
Brevard, N fm 124 W Preston 
Brewer al, Nfm 514 W Hoffman 
Broad al, from 1101 E Lomgard 
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Fayette 

Mullikin 

Orleans 

Jefferson 

McElderry 

Monument 

Madison 

Chew 

Eager 

Chase 

Guy 

Preston 



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Brooks av, Clifton 
Brooklyn (village). S end of 
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Brown, see Third 
Brown al, (also called Stern's 
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Brown la, N fm Frederick av 

W of Calverton rd 
Bruce, N fm 1724 W Balto 
5 6 Baltimore 

105 — Fayette 
209 203 Lexington 
301 302 Saratoga 
— 612 Edmondson av 
701 702 Harlem av 

803 Lanvale 

1001 Mosher 

• 1300 Patterson av 

1403 1403 Lorman 

1530 Presstman 

1427 



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Mount and Fulton av 

202 Pratt 

224 Mc Henry 



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331 



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915 



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Lombard 

Pratt 

Gough 

Bank 

Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

Lancaster 

Thames 



Broadway al, N from 1633 

Orleans 
Broadway ct, E f m 7 S Bethel 



Brune, N fm 798 W Franklin 
503 502 Franklin 
605 COO George 
635 650 Harlem av 
Brunswick, S fm Frederick 

a\ E of Gwynn's Falls 
Brunt, N fm Laurens E of 
Penna av see Bolton and 
Bouldin alleys 
Brunt et, W of Division N of 

La a re as 
Buchanan's Whf, Sfm507E 
Pratt 

200 

266 

Bur en, N f rom intersection 

of Front and Constitution 
601 600 Front and Consti- 

641 Liberty al [tution 

703 618 Monument 
729 — Eager 

Burgundy al, W fm 608 L Paca 
401 402 Little Paca 
501 510 L Greene (Greene) 



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1103 Cross 
1128 West 
N f m 2400 E Balto 
116 Fairmouut av 
Fayette 
Orleans 
Jefferson 
McElderry 



200 

534 
610 



61« 



Eof 



Eof 



Burke, S fm Eastern av 
Pattei'son Park av 
515 503 Eastern av 
601 600 Canton av 
TOl 700 Aliceanna 
743 724 
Burns, W fm430 Scott 
Burrough, S f m Fort av 
Ludlow 
1503 1503 
1535 1534 
Busli, fm James S of Bayard 
Butcher la, N fm North av W 

of Mount 
Butcher's row, Pennaavext 
Butler al, S from 103 W 

Hughes 
Byrd, S fm 131 E Fort av 
1501 1502 
1707 1836 

CABLE, W fm Spears whf S of 
Pratt 

401 

411 

Cairo, W fm 538 N Calhoun 
1403 1403 
1723 1722 
Calhoun, N fm 1400 W Balto 



1307 
1403 
1501 

1703 

1713 



1300 
1512 



1702 
1742 



Winchester 

Patterson av 

Presstmau 

Gold 

Baker 

Cumberland 

Presbury 



Calhoun, S fm 1400 W Balto 



3 
103 
201 
301 

403 
407 



2 
106 
200 
332 
400 
418 



Baltimore 

Lombard 

Pratt 

McHenry 

Ramsay 



1 

217 

401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
903 
1003 



2 
103 
222 



503 

703 

803 

900 

1003 



Baltimore 

Fayette 

Lexington 

Saratoga 

Mulberry 

Franklin 

Edmondson av 

Harlem av 

Lanvale 

Lafayette av 

Mosher 

Tenant 



Calhoun al, S f m 37 E Pratt 
Calhoun ct, W f m Calhoun 

N of Lexington 
Callendar al, S f m 883 W Balto 

10 Baltimore 

107 104 Lombard 

Pratt 

119 504 Columbia av 

513 

Callow Grove, fm Linden 
av ext 

Calvert, N f m 300 E Balto 
1 14 Baltimore 

— 103 Fayette 
201 200 Lexington 
301 322 Saratoga 
343 344 Pleasant 

401 400 Foundry (Mul- 

— 500 Franklin | berrv 
601 600 Centre 

701 700 Monument 

801 804 Madison 

901 904 Read 

1001 1002 Eager 

1101 Chase 

1303 — - Biddle 

1301 Preston 

Hoffman 

1608 Federal 

1701 1700 Lanvale 

1803 1800 Townsend 

1901 1903 North av 

3001 2002 First 

2101 2102 Second 

2201 2202 Third 

2301 2302 Fourth 

2401 2402 Fifth 



Hdveftisements 



Prepared and Arranged in the 
Most Attractive Forms by The 
National Advertising Bureau, 
Baltimore and North Streets.' 

89 



The ALBION Hotel 

READ AND CATHEDRAL STREETS, . 



BALTIMORE. 



Two Squares from tlie Washington Monument. 





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GEO. F. ADAMS, Manager. 



JITUATED in the most fashionable quarter of the city. 
The Albion is especially adapted for families desiring an 
extended residence, or parties traveling for pleasure, as 
will be seen from the fact that it is only two blocks from 
the Washington Monument, the Peabody Institute, the 
"Walters' Art Gallery, the Baltimore and University Clubs; three 
blocks from the Enoch Pratt Free Library, the Roman Catholic 
Cathedral, the Residence of his Eminence, Cardinal Gibbons; 
four blocks fx'om the MarylanjJ and Athenaeum Clubs; five 
blocks from the Lyceum Theatre and Academy of Music, the 
Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore City College. 

Cai-s within one block pass directly by Ford's and Holliday 
Street Theatres, the Baltimore and Ohio and Union Depots, 
Druid Hill and Patterson Parks, City Hall, Post Office, Uuited 
States and City Courts, and Johns Hopkins Hospital. 



Special Rates will be made to persons or families deslr. 
Ing apartments for permanent residence. 
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PATAPSCO} 



SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
PREMIER FLODR OF AMERICA. 



Calvert, S f ra 200 E Balto 
8 3 Baltimore 

15 30 German 

29 30 Water 

101 100 Lombard 
133 130 Pratt 

Calvert al, rear 834 Harford av 

Calvert ct, rear 546 W Diddle 

Calverton Mills (village), IX 
miles on Calverton rd 

Calverton rd, N W from inter- 
section of Frederick av and 
Pulaski 

Calverton, W Lanvale ext 

Calvin al, N fm Front E of Gay 

Calvin av, W from York rd 

N of Wilson 
Cambridge, S E from Canton 
av E of Chester 
2101 2103 Canton av 
2203 2200 

2228 

2301 2300 
2339 2326 
Camden, E fm 
3 4 

23 32 Light 

Camden, W f ra 300 S Charles 
1 8 Charles 

103 120 Hanover 
201 200 Sharp 
— 300 Howard 
405 400 EutaAV 
425 426 Paca 
Camden al, see Rose N 
Camden la, from Dover to 

Camden W of Hanover 
Camel al, W from 1214 Cathe- 
dral 

Camel al ct, S fm 205 Camel al 
Camp av, W from York rd 

N of Noi'th av 
Campbell. S fm 839 Colnmbiaav 
501 500 
637 533 
Canby pi, Lexington from 

Carey to Calhoun 
Cannon, S from 2500 Eastern av 
505 — Eastern av 
601 600 Canton av 
703 710 Aliceanna 
717 712 Lancaster 



Windsor 
Gwynne 
Leakin 
Burke 
300 S Charles 



Canton 


, from Eastern av E of 


Potomac 




— 


— 


Canton av 






Aliceanna 






Lancaster 


911 


900 


Hudson 


1011 


1006 


Dillon 


1123 


1120 


O'Donnell 


1201 


1200 


Elliott 


1203 


1250 




Canton 


I av, E fm East Falls 


av S of Eastern av 




700 


East Falls av 




800 


President 

Albemarle 

Exeter 


1301 


1300 


Central av 


1401 


1408 


Eden 




1426 


Spring 


1501 


1500 


Caroline 


1521 


1520 


Dallas 


1603 


1603 


Bond 


1621 


1622 


Bethel 


1703 


1702 


Broadway 




1722 


Regester 


1801 


1803 


Ann 


1821 


1814 


Durham 


1901 


1900 


Wolfe 


1921 


1916 


Chapel 


2001 


2000 


Washington 


2031 




Castle 




3100 


Chester 




3114 


Duncan al 


2119 





Cambridge 


2207 


2300 


Essex 
(Collington av) 


2307 


2300 


Patters'n-pk av 


2403 


2400 


Burke 


2501 


2526 


Cannon 


2547 


2548 


Luzerne 


Canton Park, bounded bv 


Patuxent 


Lancaster Canton 


and Canton av 


Carey, 


N f m 1300 W Balto 


1 


4 


Baltimore 


101 




Fayette 


201 


208 


Lexington 


301 


300 


Saratoga 


401 


400 


Mulberry 


501 


500 


Franklin 


601 


600 


Edmondsou av 


701 


700 


Harlem av 


805 


800 


Lanvale 


905 


900 


Lafayette av 



Your Newspaper Advertising You Need 
the Services of The National Advertise 
ing Bureau. Northwest Cornei' of 
Balitlmore and North Streets* 




85 



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BAKINQ POWDER 



Manufactured from the FINEST MATERIAL made 
IN THE United States. 

Perfectly Pure Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



Familiar for years with the manufacture 
and constituents of Baking Powder, we as a 
result, offer ROLAN asa BAKING POWDER that 
so nearly combines the essentials of the best 
of the Powders made that we can guarantee 
it to have no superior in 



EFFICIENCY, RELIABILITY. 

HEALTHFULNESS. 

1-4 Lb. Cans 5c. 1-2 Lb. 10c. 1 Lb. 20c. 



^s^^Every Grocer is authorized to Refund the 
Money if Powder does not Give Entire Satis- 
faction; 

SMITH, HORPEL & CO. 

335, 337, 339, 311, 313 McElderry's Wharf, 

BALTIMORE. 
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r A r,Qnih!iill\MANUFACTDRING COMPANY 
IJ. A. Uamuim j kq. 214 commerce Street. 



1011 


1003 


Mosher 


Caroline, S i 


rom 1500 E Balto 






Tenant 


7 4 


Baltimore 






Winchester 


103 103 


fiombard 


1311 


1304 


Patterson av 


301 203 


Pratt 


1379 


1530 


Prosstman 


301 300 


Gough 




1640 


Baker 


403 400 


Bank 




1703 


Cumberland 


5(»3 506 


Eastern av 




1803 


Northwest 


609 600 


Canton av 




1810 


North av 


701 700 


Aliceanna 


Carey, 


S from 1300 W Balto 


801 — 


Lancaster 


5 


4 


Baltimore 


901 900 


Dock 




28 


Hollins 


935 1000 




101 


102 


Lombard 


Caroline al. 


fm 15 S Caroline 


119 


304 


Pratt 


Caroline-st 


ct, E fm 3 N Caro- 




336 


Me Henry 


line 




Carlto 


n, N fm 1100 W Balto 


Carr al, from 1607 Thames 


3 


4 


Baltimore 


Carroll, S from Third av E of 


103 


103 


Fayette 


Wood berry 


113 




Vine 


Carroll, S fi 


•om Cross W of 


203 


218 


Lexington 


Nanticoke 


221 


— 


Wagon al 


1331 1103 








Saratoga 


1361 1148 








Mulberry 


Carroll, W f i 


TQ Wellesley S of 


503 


503 


Franklin 


Frederick 


av 


615 


613 


Edmondson av 


Carroll av, W from rear 1332 N 


631 




Harlem av 


Fulton av 






1010 


Smith 


Carroll av, 


E from York rd N 




1033 




of Homestead 


Carlto 


n S, (see Dewberry al) 


Carrollton av, N from 1300 


Caroline, Nfm 1500 E Balto 


W Baltimore 


5 


4 


Baltimore 


3 4 


Baltimore 


29 


38 


Hampstead 


9 16 


Raborg . 


121 


106 


Fayette 


103 103 


Fayette 


203 


203 


Holland 


— 106 


Vine 


301 


300 


Mullikin 


311 300 


Lexington 


403 


403 


Orleans 


301 300 


Saratoga 


603 


600 


Jefferson 


317 — 


Sarah Ann 


603 


600 


McEldei-ry 


401 400 


Mulberry 


703 


703 


Monument 


501 500 


Franklin 


715 




Milliman 


601 600 


Edmondson av 


805 


803 


Madison 


701 700 


Harlem av 


901 


900 


Chew 


803 


Lanvale 




916 


Anthony 


— — _ 


Lafayette sq 


933 




Gay 


907 910 


Lafayette av 


1007 




Eager 


1003 1000 


Mosher 


1106 


1100 


Chase 


1031 1033 


Tenant 


1211 


1300 


Biddle 


Carrollton av, S f m 1200 W 


1313 


1303 


Preston 


Baltimore 




1327 




Hoffman 


5 8 


Baltimore 




1500 


Oliver 


46 43 


Hollins 




1600 


Federal 


105 103 


Lombard 






Lanvale 


131 130 


Pratt 




1808 


Townsend 


Carrollton ( 


village), 3 miles on 




1843 


North av 


Frederick rd 



TO SECURE^THE BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS f 5?°s" 

paper Advertising, Consult The ISational Advertising 
Bureau, N W cor Baltimore and North Streets, 

37 



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15, 20, 25, 30 & 40c. 



D. W. GLASS & CO. 

12 W.BALTIMORE STREET, 

Above Charles, 

SOCIETY Stationers, 

CMriDUFRII 




Tourists' Supplies In Stationery, Leather Goods, 

Pocket Books. 



50 Visiting Cards (Copper-Plate $1.00. 

Wedding Engraved Invitations (Copper-Plate.) 

HOTEL MENUS, SPECIAL DESIGNS. 
ALBUMS, PLUSH GOODS. 

Try Our ^''edrting Plate Box Paper, 35 Cents. 
Box Baltimore American Linen, 35 Cents. 

THE BEST STATIONERY IN BALTIMORE. 

Over 200 Varieties. .Paper and Envelopes. 

Toilet Papers 5 packages for 25 cents, wired. 

4 Rolls Toilet Paper 25 cents. 

Blank Books to Order. 



CiiISTM4S. BtaTEail. fILEMTIME CUPS 

38 



PATAPSCO ] 



SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



Carter al, N from Lanvale 
of Barclay 

Castle, N fm 2025 E Balto 
3 6 Baltimore 
103 118 Fairmount av 
203 204 Fayette 
403 404 Orleans 
503 502 Jefferson 
601 600 McElderry 
725 618 Monument 
813 Madison 

Chew 

1031 Eager 

Chase 



E Catherine, N and S fm Fdk av 
W of Garrison la 
Catonsville (yillage), 7 miles 

on Frederick rd 
Cators av, E f m Old York rd S 

of Arlington av 
Cedar av, Hampden 
Cedar row, see Church ct 
Cemetery av, E fm 1107 N Bond 

1601 

1635 

Cemetery la, W from Mon- 
roe N of Frederick av 
Central av, Hampden 








Biddle 


Centra 


1 av. 


N fm 1300 E Balto 






Preston 


3 


8 


Baltimore 






Hoffman 


125 • 


100 


Fayette 


1603 




Federal 


205 


200 


Holland 


1607 




Lanvale 


301 


303 


Mullikin 







Townsend 


403 


403 


Orleans 


Castle, 


Sfra 


2025 E Balto 


601 


600 


Jefferson 


6 


6 


Baltimore 


601 


610 


McElderry 


^107 


106 


Lombard 




620 


Edward 


203 


203 


Pratt 


701 


— 


Monument 


805 


308 


Gough 




— 


Gay 


405 


404 


Bank 


■ 807 


803 


Madison 




506 


Eastern av 


905 


903 


Chew 


603 


606 


Canton av 


1003 


1003 


Eager 


611 


610 




1105 


1104 


Chase 


Castle 


al, E from 125 N Castle 


1201 


1300 


Biddle 


Catlied 


Iral, 


N from 100 W 


1301 


1303 


Preston 


Saratoga 




1401 


1400 


Hoffman 


309 




Saratoga 


1501 


1416 


Oliver 


413 


400 


Mulberry 


1509 




Harford av 


— 




Franklin 


Central av. 


S fm 1300 E Balto 


505 


504 


Hamilton 


3 


4 


Baltimore 


601 


600 


Centre 


105 


104 


Ijombard 


703 


700 


Monument 




134 


Gran by 


803 


800 


Madison 


203 


204 


Pratt 


903 


900 


Read (Richmond) 


301 


300 


Gough 


1001 


1000 


Eager 




318 


Fawn 


1101 


1100 


Chase (Tyson) 


401 


404 


Bank 




1132 


Howard 


511 


504 


Eastern av 


1201 


1210 


Biddle 






Canton av 


1313 




Preston 






Aliceanna 


1401 




Hoffman 






Lancaster 


li35 




Oliver 


Central 


-av ct, E f m rear 717 






Lanvale 


N Gay 








Townsend 


Centre, 


E from 600 N Char] e 


Cathedral al, W fm Charles S| 


1 


6 


Charles 


of Franklin 1 


101 


100 


St Paul 


Catherine, N fm Frederick av 


111 




Hargrove al 


E of Garrison la 


— 


203 


Calvert 


Catherine, 


N from Seventh E 


303 


303 


North 


of Huntingdon av | 


401 


310 


Holliday 




AVANT A BOOM IN BUSINK'^S, ADVER 
TISE JUDICIOUSLY. HOW TO OQ IT TOI.D 
BY THE NATIONAL ADVEKTISINO BU- 
REAU, N W Cor Baltimore and North Sts. 

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J^^dgar^ilson§»Q 



BOOKSELLERS , 

STATIONERS, 

AND PRINTERS, 

S. L COR. ST. PAUU<^ FAYETTE STREETS, 

(barnum building,) 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Dealers in all 

BOOKS AND PERIODICALS* 

OF THE BETTER SORT. 



STATIONERY 



IN ALL VARIETIES. 



PRIKTIHG PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED. 

40 



r A namhrilllMAfUFACTURIHG COMPANY 

VI. n. UaillUlm r Wn 9U r.ftmmfirr.A Rtpp.A.t 



No. 214 Commerce Street. 



Centre, 


W from tiUOiN Charles 


517 


516 


Hamilton 


3 


10 Charles 


601 


600 


Centre 


— 


— Cathedral 


701 


700 


Mt Vernon pi 


209 


— Park av 


801 


800 


Madison 


221 


— Howard 


901 


900 


Head 


Centre 


al, N fm Fayette W 


1001 


1000 


Eager 


of Howard 


1101 


1100 


Chase 


Centre- 


mkt sp,S fra 701 E Balto 


1201 


1206 


Biddle 


1 


2 Baltimore 


1301 


1300 


Preston 


101 


100 Lombard 


1401 


1414 


Hoffman 


123 


128 Pratt 




1500 


Oliver 


Clialk al, E f m 927 N Mount 






Union Depot 


Chapel 


, N f m 1914 E Balto 


1731 


1700 


Lanvale 


3 


6 Baltimore 


1803 


1802 


Townsend 


103 


102 Fair mount av 


1901 


1902 


North av 


203 


202 Fayette 


2001 


2002 


First 


403 


402 Orleans 


2101 


2102 


Second 


505 


500 Jefferson 


2201 


2202 


Third 


605 


602 McEiderry 


2301 


2304 


Fourth 




— Monument 


2401 


^2402 


Fifth 




— Madison 


Charle 


s, S fra 1 W Baltimore 




924 Chew 


3 


•> 


Baltimore 


1003 


1002 Eager 


11 


— 


Wine al 




■ Chase 


13 


16 


German 




Biddle 


101 


100 


Lombard 


1303 


1302 Preston 


109 




Balderston 


1329 


1324 Hoffman 


203 


200 


Pratt 


Chapel, 


S fm 1914 E Baltimore 


301 


302 


Camden 


5 


— Baltimore 






Perry 


105 


104 Lombard 


423 


400 


Conway 


205 


212 Pratt 


521 


500 


Barre 


305 


304 Goug-h 


601 


604 


Lee 


405 


404 Bank 


611 




Guilford al 


501 


502 Eastern av 


623 


612 


York 


607 


602 Canton av 


701 


700 


Hill 


619 


614 


719 


722 


Hughes 


Chapel 


al, E fml41 N Chapel 


803 


800 


Montgomery 


Chapel 


et, E fm 107 N Wolfe 


813 


816 


Little Church 


Chapman ct, N fm 1144 Watson 


901 


900 


Henrietta 


CKappe 


11, from 2100 Penna av 


917 


914 


Williamson al 


605 


602 Penna av 


1001 


1000 


Hamburg 


703 


712 Carey 




1102 


Cross 


713 


732 Calhoun 


1105 




Weyler 


Chappell al. S fm 119 W Mul- 


1201 


1200 


West 


berry 




1312 


Ostend 


Charles 


, N f m 2 W Balto 


1401 


1400 


Clement 


1 


2 Baltimore 


1501 


1506 


Fort av 


101 


100 Fayette 




1600 


Randall 


201 


200 Lexing-ton 


1701 


1700 


Heath 




224 Barnet 


1747 




Barney 


301 


300 Saratoga 




1900 


Wells 


333 


— Pleasant 




3020 


Winder 




330 L Pleasant 






McComas 


401 


400 Mulberry 




2238 


Donaldson 


501 


500 Franklin 









lofoffiiatioo 



In Regard to Advertising Fur- 
nished Free of Cost by the Na- 
tional Advertising Bureau, 
Baltimore, Md. 

41 





H. M. WHARTON, A. C. DIXON 

A. C. BARRON, L. M. CROSS. 



., ununu,, no, 

lO East; IFaye-bi:© Slx^eo-b, 

BALTIMORE. 

Booksellers, Publishers 
^^ Stationers. 

STANDARD THEOLOGICAL BOOK S . 



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FAMILY, 



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PhVIibVaiki ftf ^ "The Person and Ministry of thi' Hol^y- Spirit," 



"Ihc Triit^ and the False," by A. C. Dixon, 
"The Baltimore Haptist," (the Great Weekly.) 



; 

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FA I lUNtKT* Ledgers, Day Books, Blank Books. 

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i 



PATAPSCO ) 



SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
PREMIER FLOUR OF AHERICA. 



Charles st av, continuation of 

N Charles (See same for Nos) 
Chase, E fin 1100 N Charles 



107 



403 

601 

701 
801 



10 
106 



400 
503 
603 
700 



901 


903 


933 




1003 


1000 


1305 


1303 


1319 


1233 





1300 




1403 


1505 




1511 


1506 


1603 


1600 


1703 


1704 




1714 


1801 


1800 


1831 




1901 


1900 


1919 




3011 


3000 


2037 




2033 


2034 



Chase, W fm 

5 6 

— 26 

27 36 

Cheapside, S 



Lovegro\i e al 
St Paul 
Hargrove al 
Calvert 
Davis 
North 
Barclay 
Clifton pi 
Forrest 
Greenm't av 
McKim 
Valley 
Wilcox 
Eusor 
Aisquith 
Somerset 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Bond 
Broadway 
McDonogh 
Ann 
Durham 
Wolfe 
Chapel 
Washington 
Castle 
Chester 
Collington av 
Patters'n-pk av 
1100 N Charles 
Charles 
Maryland av 
Cathedral 
n 205 Water 



43 40 Water 

101 100 Lombard 
133 134 P.ajG 
Chesapeake, S I'm 3800 East- 
ern av 



835 
911 
1001 
1101 
1301 
1307 



800 

9(X) 

1003 

1100 

1133 



Canton av 
At ceanna 
Lancaster 
H^:dson 
D'l^on 
O'Donnell 
Elliojt ' 
Boston 



Chesapeake av, EandW fm Pa 



av N of Beech av (see also Pied- 
Chauncey, Clifton [mont av 
Chesnut,N fm 1016 E Fayette 
(fm Gay to Front is Colvin) 



103 
135 
201 
303 
401 
539 



103 



300 
300 
400 
536 



Fayette 
Forrest al 
Douglas 
Low 
Gay 
Front 
Chestnut av, N fm Falls rd E 
of Druid Hill Park, Hampden 
Chestnut av, W fm Pa av N of 

Maple av 
Chesnut ct. E fi'om McEl- 

derry's whf S of Eastern av 
Chesnut al, S fm Barre W 
Fremont av 
919 923 Barre 

1003 Hamburg 

1105 1004 Cross 

1139 West 

Chestnut al, W f m 512 Pearl 
603 603 Pearl 
703 702 Pine 
— 766 Ogston 
803 803 Brune 
831 838 Fremont av 
Chestnut Hill av, E fmYork 

rd N of Homestead 
Chestnut ct,S f m 634 Chestnut al 
Chester, N fm 3100 E Balto 
Baltimore 
Fairmount av 
Fayette 
Orleans 
Jefferson 
McElderry 
Monument 
Madison 
Chew 
Eager 
Chase 
Preston 
Hoffman 
Oliver 
Federal 
S f m 3100 E Balto 
6 Baltimore 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Govgh 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 



11 


4 


101 


100 


311 


200 


401 


400 


501 


502 




600 



901 


802 

900 

1003 


1403 
1413 


1400 
1433 



Chester. 

3 
101 
301 
301 
40J 
501 
533 



104 
303 
303 
403 

418 



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LATEST AND BEST STYLES 

Foreign and Domestic Stationery. 
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3H N. CHARLES STREET. 

By our methods we produce effects equal to Lithograph, high-grade 
Wood-Engraving, Etching or Steel Engraving, 



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INCOKPORATED. 



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N. W. COR. BALTIMORE AND CHARLES STS. 



BALTIMORE, MD. 
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CiGafflbrill} 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
No. 214 Commerce Street. 



Chester ct, S from 217 Foundry 
Chew, E from 925 Harford av 



915 
1001 
1101 
1203 
1303 
1405 
1511 
1515 
1613 
1717 
1813 
1903 
1911 



1006 
1100 
1202 
1300 
1400 
1503 

1606 
1704 
1800 



2100 
2108 
and 



China 

West Lee 

603 606 

801 800 

919 906 

1001 



Harford av 
Ensor 
Stirling 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Bond 

Broadway 
Ann 
Wolfe 

Washington 
Chester 
Collington av 
China al, S fra 



Lee 

Montgomery 

Henrietta 

Hamburg 

1114 Cross 

1215 1128 West 

1319 Stockholm 

Christian, W from Monroe S 
of Ramsay 
1903 1906 Monroe 
2001 3000 Payson 
2031 3014 Pulaski 
Church, N fm 548 Merryman la 
Church ct, rear St John's 
Church, Biddle E of Pa av 
Church ct, N fm 616 W Biddle 
Church la, S from Saratoga E 

of Charles 
Cider al, W f m 34 S Howard 



Claret al, S fm intersection of 
Henrietta and L Montgomery 
Clark al, Wfrom 704 Forrest 
Clark ct, E from 209 n Sharp 
Clark ct, S from Chesnut bet 

Douglas and Low 
Clarkson, S fra Cross bet Han- 
over and Hace 
1121 1120 
1637 1640 
Clarkson al, see Clarkson 
Classen ct, r 337 W Welcome al 
Clay, W from 216 N Liberty 
105 100 Liberty 
203 303 Parkav 
303 304 Howard 
405 402 Eutaw 
407 404 Paca 
Clayton ct,S from 103 W Randall 
Clement, E from 132 Light 
201 200 William 

— — Battery av 
419 400 Riverside av 

— — Covington 

— — Jackson 

— — Webster 

— — Boyle 

— — Lawrence 

Ludlow 

Allen 

Porter 

Jones 

Decatur 

1431 Haubert 

1503 1514 Hull (Cooksie) 
1535 1538 Towson 
Clement, W from 1400 S Charles 



321 


318 


Howai'd 


331 




Eutaw 




534 


Paca 


603 


608 


Greene 


653 


703 


Penn 



— 734 
City Hall al, S from Fayette E 

of North 
Claggett, E of Ludlow S of 

Clemm 
Claggett al,N f m 774 W Franklin 
Clairinount av, E fm Highland 

av S of Pratt 
Clara, see Claret al 
Claremont av, S fm Fdk av to 

Claremont Stock Yards 



3 

9 



Charles 
Hanover 
from Boyle 



S of 



Clemm, E 

Fort av 
Cleveland, S from Wooster E 

of Carroll 
1117 1330 
1153 1360 
Clifford al, fm 417 S Poppleton 
Clifton, W from Penna av ext 
Clifton pi, see Constitution fm 

Eager to Biddle 
Clifton Village, bet Druid Hill 

av and Pa av and Druid Hill 

Park and North av 
Clinton, N from the riv^er E of 

City limits 
Clinton al, W from 31 S Fdk 



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AND DEALERS IN 



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214 W. LEXINGTON ST., Between Part & Howard. 
D. H. STASSFORT, 

Fine Custom Boot .^ Stioe Maker, 

H6 E. FAYETTE STREET, 

Formerly 2 S. Calvert St. BALTIMORE, MD. 



REPAIRING DONE IN THE BEST MANNER. 



HUGH SISSON & SONS, 

210 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 

Between North and Calvert Sts. BALTIMORE. 

— Manufacturers of — 

Marble Monuments, 

Tombs,Altars,Counters,FurnitnreSlabs,Maiitels,Tiles 

ESTIMATES AND DRAWINGS FREE. 



ERNEST RITTERHOFF, 

Dealer in 

Hardware and Stoves, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Tin & Sheet Iron Ware, House-Fnrnishing Articles, &c. 

Old Stoves Bought, Sold and Exchanged. 
Roofing, Spouting and Repairing, 

1157, 1159 & 1161 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 

Corner Central Avenue. BALTIMORE, MD. 

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Clinton av, N fm 746 George 

604 George 

636 Edmondson av 

646 Myrtle av 

Clipper Mills (village), 3>^ miles 

on Falls i-d 
Clover al, N from Monument 

W of Cathedral 
Cochran al, W from 418 S Cen- 
tral av 
Coglilan al, Efrom 415 S Exeter 
Cohen al, S fra 319 W Mulberry 
Coke al, see Albert al 
Cole, W f m Strieker S of Ramsay 
1513 1503 Strieker 
1601 1630 Gilmor 
1617 1634 Mount 
Coleman ct, W from 918 Bevan 
College al, N f m 106 W Saratoga 
Collett, N W from 3318 Pa av 
Collington av, N from 3300 E 
Baltimore 

25 6 Baltimore 

109 33 Fairmount av 

305 — Fayette 

311 — 

Collington av,S fm 3301 E Balto 



Comh al, S from 107 W Lee 
Comet, from Aisquith N of 

Fayette 
Commerce, S from 401 E Lom- 
bard 

103 100 Lombard 
205 306 Pratt 
- — 240 
237 — 
Concord, N from Truxton E 
of Buren 

901 

1005 

Concord, S from Fish-mkt sp 



11 13 Baltimore 

101 104 Lombard 
305 302 Pratt 
303 300 Gough 
403 403 Bank 
505 416 Eastern av 
521 — Canton av 
Collins, S from Washington rd 

E of Gwynn's Falls 
Collins ct, N fm 836 W Saratoga 
Collison ct, (also McAllister's 

ct), E from 907 Stirling 
Columbia av,W from 303 SPaca 



W of West Falls av 
31 30 Fish-mkt 8P 

103 100 Lombard 
237 134 Pratt 
— 343 Bowly 
Concord, (See Wagner) 
Connecticut al, E from 1840 

Scott 
Connecticut av, (See Nanti- 

ookp 
Constitution, N from inter- 
section of Front & Buren 
609 600 Front & Buren 
711 704 Monument 
901 900 Truxton 
1003 1002 Eager 
1101 1100 Chase 

1106 Biddle 

Preston 

Hotfman 

Conway, E f m 400 S Charles 



501 


504 Paca 


601 


600 Greene 


643 


638 .Warner (Emory) 


705 


700 Fremont 


757 


754 Barre 


801 


800 Scott 


825 


— Wyeth 


841 


— Campbell 


849 


843 Parkin 


901 


910 Callendar al 




930 Poppleton 


931 


940 Cross 


Calvin 


pi, E from 1319 Green- 




[mount av 


Colvin 


(see Chesnut) 



35 



Conway, W fm 400 S Charles 
3 3 Charles 

105 106 Hanover 
301 304 Sharp 
— — Howard 
401 403 Eutaw 
501 500 Greene 
601 600 Warner 
657 653 Fremont av 
Cook al, E f m 915 Concord N 
Cook ct, E f m 309 S Dallas 
Cooke, W from 1800 Pennsyl- 
vania av to Fremont av 
Cook's ct, rear 311 S Dallas 
Cooksie, S 
of Hull 
1101 1108 

1301 

1301 1300 



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1819. 1890. 

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When insuring remember that the /Etna has incoinparable strength, 
lowest rates, largest dividends. 

Do you want Safe Life Insurance? 
Address H. B. MEIGS, Manager, 

N. E. Corner Baltimore and St. Paul Sts. BALTIMORE. 

DUVALL & DUVALL, 

304 SECOND STREET, 

General Agents 



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KEIGHLER & KRAFT, 
Insurance Agents and Brokers, 

S. E. Corner Second and Holllday Sts. 

^tna Insurance Co. of Hartford. 

Springfield F. & M. Insurance Co. of Springfield. 
Guardian Assurance Co. of London. 
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r A nQmhTiilUMANUPACrDRING COMPANY 

Vj. a. Uamuilll J- Bo. 214 Commerce Street. 



201 


200 


301 


303 


337 


316 


401 


400 


425 


434 



1401 1400 Clement 
1441 UfiO Fort av 
Cooper pi, see Kuper pi 
Cottage av, E fin 30 Maiden's 

Choice rd 
Cottage av, E from York rd 

opp Sixth 
Cotton row, from Clinton S 

of Boston 
Courthouse la, E fm St Paul 
N of Fayette 

107 

109 

Courtland, N from 104 E 
Lexington 

Lexington 
Saratoga 
Pleasant 
Mill berry 
Franklin 
Cove al, see Knox ct 
Covington, S from Hughes E 
of Henry 

701 700 Hughes 
801 810 Montgomery 
835 826 
Cox, E from Jones S of water 

front 
Cox ct, rear 334 S Castle 
Cox la, N of Morling av, W of 

Falls rd 
Creamer al, S from 203 W Hill 
Creek al, from Hamburg bet 

Uevan and Leadenhall 
Cromwell, W from Marshall S 

of Wells 
Crooked la, N from 100 W Fay- 
ette 
Cross, E from 1100 S Charles 
4 Charles 
Light 
William 
Battery av 
Riverside av 
Covington 



103 
201 
301 
401 
519 
557 



100 
303 



400 
514 
544 



Cross, W from 1100 S Charles 



11 

31 

101 

137 

315 
413 
501 



100 

304 
304 
403 
518 



Charles 

Hanover 

Race 

Leadenhall 

Shai-p 

Howard 

Eutaw 

Warner 



603 600 Russell 
705 700 Ridge ly 
741 — Paca 
801 800 Scott 
1001 1000 Sassafras 

(Hamburg) 
1131 - — Nanticoke 

Parkin 

1201 1300 Carroll, St Peter 
1301 1344 Washington av 

1309 James 

Cross, W from Falls av S of 

Union av 
Cross al, rear 616 W Biddle 
Cross al, from 407 N Greene 
Crowtlier al, E of Falls rd N of 

Fifth av 
Cuba, from Towson to Hull 
N of Reason 
1615 1633 
1647 1634 
Cullison ct, S fm 595 Orchard 

709 to 715 
Culver, E fm Old Frederick rd 

N of Kossuth 
Cumberland, S W from inter- 
section of North av and Divi- 
sion 

— 603 Penna av 
701 700 Carey 

739 738 Calhoun 
Cumberland ct, W fm Carey 

N of Cumberland 
Curley, S from Eastern av E 
of Patuxent 

— — Canton av 
Lancaster 
Hudson 
Dillon 
O'Donnell 
Elliott 

fm Walteraeyer al 



813 — 

903 903 

1035 1030 

1101 1103 

1113 1113 

Currier ct, 

E of Fremont av 
Curtis al, N from Edraondson 

av W of Fremont av 
Cypress al, S from Lombard 
E of Sharp 

DALLAS, N from 1510 E 
Baltimore 
5 8 Baltimore 

101 102 Hampstead 
203 202 Fayette 
— 302 Mullikin 
403 400 Orleans 
509 502 Jefferson 



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B. THORNTON, 

Vice-President. 



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Treasurer. 

MICHAEI> SHEEHAN, 

Secretary. 



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SUPERLATIVE PATEHT— THE 
PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



603 603 McElderry 

705 — Mouument 

713 — Miliiman 

803 803 Madison 

903 903 Chew 

1001 1003 Eager 

1105 Chase 

1305 1314 Biddle 

1301 1304 Preston 

i;i33 1338 Hotfman 
Fm Hoffman to Oliver, Ridge pi 

I>alla8, S fm 1513 E Baltimore 



3 
105 
203 

303 
403 
503 
605 
701 
803 
857 



103 

303 
303 
400 
504 
603 
703 
733 



Baltimore 

Lombard 

Pratt 

Gough 

Bank 

Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

Lancaster 



Diamond, N fm 514 W Balto 

103 103 Fayette 

— — - Lexington 

335 300 Saratoga 

400 404 Mulberry 

409 406 Cross al 
Dickey ct, rear 910 W Saratoga 
Dickson al, fm Mosher W of 



Dallas ct, E f m 401 N Caroline 
Dark la, W f m 304 N Calvert 
David av, W of Clipper Mills 
Davis, N fm 306 E Lexington 

301 300 Lexington 

301 333 Saratoga 

403 403 Foundry 

415 418 Franklin 
Dawson, (See Harris al) 
Dawson al, S fm 767 W Pratt 



303 
313 
305 



-^ 302 



507 
517 



302 

506 
516 



Pratt 
Dover 
McHenry 
Ramsay 
Columbia av 
St Peter 
Decatur, S f m Cox E of Lowman 
1107 1108 

1130 

Deck ct, N fm 702 W Mulberry 
Decker al, fm 14 W Eager , 

1030 to 1033 
Dillwood av, W fm 430 Falls rd 
Denmead, see First N 
Dewberry al, (S Carlton) S fm 
Baltimore E of Carrollton av 
3 4 Baltimore 

29 34 Hollins 

103 103 Lombard 
121 134 Pratt 
Dexter,S fm Cross Wof Sassa'^ra^ 
1143 1140 
1145 1146 



Cathedral 
DiUon, E fm 
Hudson 

2737 3738 

3811 

3901 2932 

3000 

3104 

3130 

Ditnian ct, 

of Mount 



Patapsco S of 

Patapsco 
Chesapeake 
Patuxent 
Potomac 
Canton 
East av 

W fm alley rear 
between Lafay- 



ette av and Mosher 
Division, Nfm530 W Hoffman 



1103 
1305 
1301 

15a5 
1603 
1711 
1801 
1945 
3039 
3101 
3303 
3333 



2337 



1113 
1304 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1604 
1703 
1800 
1924 

2104 
2200 

2228 
2308 



Hoffman 

Dolphin 

Lanvale 

Towusend 

Mosher 

McMechen 

Wilson 

Laurens 

Robert 

Presstman 

Bloom 

Gold 

Baker 



Division, S fm 217 Third ar» 

Sweet Air 
Dobson ct, S fm 653 German 
Dock, E fm Drawbridge N 

Block 
Dolphin, S W from Mt Royal 

av N of Hoffman 



of 



100 
143 
303 
— 238 
303 — 



111 

219 



407 

503 
525 
537 
553 



406 
502 

526 



Mt Royal av 
John 
Park av 
Bolton 
Linden av 
Eutaw pi 
Madison av 
McCulloh 
Druid Hill 
Etting 
Division 
Brewer al 



av 



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Through THE NATIONAL ADVERTISING BUREAU, 
Northwest Corner Baltimore and North Streets. 



CHARLES McRAB, 

109 N. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 



Telephone Call 123. 



Near N. C. K. Depot, 



Old no"*'"cello ^hiskey. 




strictly Pure and of Guar- 
anteed Age. Especially 
recommended for Family 
and Medicinal Purposes. 
Put up in cases of 12 
bottles, each case con- 
taining I], gallons, and 
bottled at the distillery 
exclusively for me. 



Sold Only by the Case. 



PRICE 



$10 PER CASE. 

FINE ilSKIES, 
WINES, BRIINDIES, 

etc., of other brands by 
the gallon or bottle. 



r A aQmhrill\MANDFACTDRIN<i COMPANY 



j Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



609 
751 



606 Penna av 
760 M.vrtle av 
— 764 Fremont av 
Donaldson. W from Marshall 

av S of McComas 
Donnelly ct, fm 825 Harford av 
Donnelly ct, E fm 511 N' Front 
801 800 
807 806 
Donohue ct. E from Patter- 

son-pk av Sof Eastern pv 
Donovan al, W from Jasper N 

of Lexington 
Dorsey, E fm Marshall S of 

Hammond 
Dorsey la, N fm Frederick rd 

W 6f B it P R R 
Douglas, E fm Chesnut Sof Low 
1005 100« Chesnut 
1101 1102 East 

1122 Forrest 

1131 1134 Aisquith 
Dover. W from 210 Hanover 



1907 1900 

2001 2000 

2100 

2201 2124 
2241 



104 
212 
300 
404 



Hanover 

Sharp 

Howard 

Eutaw 

Paca 

Columbia av 

Greene 

Emory 

Penn 

Fremont av 

Dawson al 

Fulton av 

Alley r Monroe 
Do vie al, S from 1305 Bank 
Druid Hill av, N W fm 702 N 
Eutaw 

Eutaw 

Jasper and Paca 

St Mary 

Orchard 

Biddle 

Union 

Preston 

Oxford 

Hoffman 

Dolphin 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

Mosher 

McMechen 

Wilson 

Laurens 



101 
205 
305 
401 



629 

703 
735 

1803 
1841 



405 

701 
801 
905 

1003 

lias 

1201 
1301 
1401 

1609 
1701 
1833 



502 
612 
6';2 
714 



1800 
183S 



400 

500 

700 

800 

902 

926 

1000 

1018 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1512 

1600 



Robert 
Presstman 
Bloom 
Gold 
North av 
Druid Hill Park, entrances at 
terminus of Mt Royal av; 
Eutaw ext; Madison-av ext; 
Druid Hill-av ext and Penn- 
sjlvania-av ext 
Druid HUl tr, E from Druid 
Hill-av ext S of Druid Hill 
Park 
Druidville r\illage\ Falls rd N 

of Druid Hill Park 
Ducatel, Clifton 
Dugan's whf, S from W side 
Centre-mkt sp and Pratt 

— 200 Pratt 

— 300 Wood 
Dumbarton av. E fm Old York 

rd n of Pen Lucy av 
Duncan al. X from Baltimore 
E of Chester 
— — Fairmount av 

Fayette 

Orleans 

Jefferson 

McElderry 

Monument 

Madison 

Chew 

Eager 

S from Baltimore 



403 
508 
613 
621 



212 

4(e 

502 



— 902 

— 950 
Duncan al, 

E OS Chester 



1800 



9 4 Baltimore 

— 1C4 Lombard 
211 212 Pratt 
303 302 Gough 
403 404 Bank 

509 506 Eastern av 
521 524 Canton av 
Duncan ct. W from Concord S 

of LomViai-d 
Duncan pi. (see Duncan al fm 

McElderrv to Monument 
Dnrbam, X fm 1819 E Balto 
5 6 Baltimore 

105 102 Fairmount av 
303 204 Favette 
403 402 Orleans 

— — Jefiei-son 
703 702 Monument 
803 802 Madison 
903 992 Chew 



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1003 
1301 
1317 



1002 
1053 



Eager 

Chase 

- Hoffman 

5 fm 1819 E Balto 

6 Baltimore 
103 Lombard 
303 Pratt 
303 Gough 
404 Bank 
500 Eastern av 
604 Canton av 
700 Aliceanna 

735 730 Lancaster 
Durliani ct, rear 1305 N Ann 
Durst ai, S from Cross E of 
William 
llJl 1118 
1201 1300 
1405 1338 
1409 



Durliain, 
5 
103 
203 
303 
403 
503 
603 
703 



Cross 
West 
Clement 



lAGER, E 

7 4 

114 



409 
501 
513 

709 
801 
915 
1001 
1101 
1225 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1511 
1603 
1703 
1801 
1905 
2003 

3043 



408 
500 

600 

704 

800 

900 

1003 

1100 

1302 

1300 

1513 

1603 
1706 
1800 
1900 
3000 
3334 



f ra 1000 N Charles 
Charles 
St Paul 
Calvert 
North 

Buren(Barclay 
Clifton pi 
Grove al 
Forrest 
Greenm'nt av 
McKira 
Valley 
Ensor 
Stirling- 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Gav 
Bond 
Broadway 
Ann 
Wolfe 

AVashington 
Chester 
Burke 



East, N fm 1100 E Baltimore 

— JO Laurel 
101 103 Fayette 
201 204 Douglas 

— — Low 
Gay 
Ensor 
Hilleu 
Front 

boundary 



404 
503 
534 



415 
505 
537 
East av, Eastern boundary of 

the City 
East Falls av, S from Granby 
E of the FallSk 



Eager, W f m 1000 N Charles 
5 14 Charles 

104 Cathedral ■ 

15 — Park av 

Eagle, W f m Fulton av S of Cole 
1801 1800 
1831 1850 



131 
305 
301 
405 
501 
601 



Granby 

Pratt 

Stiles 

Fawn 

Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

S of Fdk rd n of 



East Lynn, 

Millington av 
Eastern av, E fm Mill S of 
Bowly 



Mill 

President 

Albemarle (High) 

Exeter 

Central av 

Eden 

Caroline 

Bond 

Broadway 

Ann 

Wolfe 

Washington 

Chester 

Colli ngton av 

Patterson-Pk 

Burke 

Cannon 

Luzerne 

Eastern City Spring Sq, bound- 
ed by Lombard, Spring, Pratt 
and Eden 
Ebeling ct, W from 610 S Resis- 
1735 to 1743 



701 

803 

903 

.1001 

1301 

140; 

1501 
1601 
1703 
1803 
1901 
2001 
2105 
2201 
2307 
2411 
2501 
2523 



716 
806 
903 
1000 
1313 
1413 
1500 
1603 
1702 
1800 

imo 

2000 
2104 
2300 
2234 



(av) 



Eden, N fm 1400 E Balto 



(ter 



105 
201 
317 
301 
401 



3 
16 

100 
303 

300 
400 



Balto 

Hampstead 

Fayette 

Holland 

May 

Mullikin 

Orleans 



To Secufe 



THE BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS FROM 

Newspaper Advertising, Consult The 

National Advertising Bureau, N.AV. cor. 

Baltimore and North Streets. 

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WILLIAM WILKENS & CO. 



STEAM CURLED 



Hair and Bristle Manufacturers, 

NEW YORK, 217 Pearl Street, 
BAI.TIMORE, 310 W. Pratt Street, 
CHICAGO, 116 and 113 Franklin Street. 

FACTORY, BALTIMORE. 




Convenient to all street cars and Hotels 



309 W. SARATOGA STREET, 

BST. HOWARD AND EUTAW STS 

I N. HARRY HALL, Proprietor. 

Horses and Carriages 
Taken at Livery. 

Horses Bought, Sold and 
Exchanged. 

First-CIaRs T«»nN aiid 
Saddle Horsas for Hire. 

Large and Roomy Box 
Stalls. Telephone iioo. 

BALTIMORE, MD 



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— THE — 

B^USH ELE0TRI0 00, 

OF BALTIMORE CITY, 

— OFFICE — 

Heal Building, S. W. Cor. Baltimore and Holllday Sis 

BALTIMORE, MD, 



r S nornhrilllMAHOFACTDRING COMPANY 

U. A. UaiilUilll r Nn 9.U r.AmTnp.rrA RtrAAt 



Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



503 500 Jefferson 

601 600 McElderry 

703 700 Monument 

801 812 Madison 

905 900 Chew 

9Ji5 — A nthony 

— 1000 Eager 

1105 1113 Chase 

1201 1200 Biddle 

1301 13;i0 Preston 

— 1416 Hoffman 

1501 1434 Oliver 

1509 Federal 

Eden, S from 1400 E Balto 



203 
303 
403 
503 

705 
735 



8 
104 
203 
300 
400 
534 

703 



Balto 

Lombard 

Pratt 

Gough 

Bank 

Eastern av 

Canton av 

Aliceanna 

Lancaster 
Eden al, W Irora 6 N Eden 
Eden ct, from Central av N of 

Jefferson 
Eden St ct, (also called Friend- 
ship ct), from Caroline S of 

Edgar pl,N f m Balto E of Burke 
Edmondson av, W from 636 
Clinton av 

Clinton av 

Brurie 

Fremont av 

Schroeder 

Arlington av 

Carrol Iton a V 

Carey 

Calhoun 

Harlem sq 

Strieker 

Gilmor 

Mount 

Fulton av 

Monroe 
Edward, E fm 633 Aisquith 
1305 1303 
1351 1343 
Eighth, E of Seventh av Canton 
Eighth av, E from East av S 
of Seventh av [Seventh 

Eighth (W), N & S fra Bait W of 
Eighteenth (W), N& S fm Balto 
W of Seventeenth 



701 


700 


803 


800 


901 


904 


1001 


1000 


1103 


1103 


1303 


1300 


1303 


1303 


1401 




1501 




1601 


1604 


1701 


1700 


1801 


1708 


1819 





Eislen al, from Fremont S of 

Columbia av 
Elbow la, W from 316 S Paca 
415 400 Paca 
501 500 Greene 
601 604 Warner 
705 703 Fremont av 
755 744 Barre 
Elder al, N f I'om 530 Orchard 
Eleventh, E of Tenth, Canton 
Ele\ enth(W), N &S fm Balto W 

of Tenth 
Eleventh (or Wright), from Old 

York rd S of tollgate 
Eleventli av, E from East av 

S of Tenth a v. 
Elgin av, W from Pennsylva- 
nia av N of Clifton 
Elizabeth la, S fm 39 Weyler 

1041 Weyler 

1103 1103 Cross 
1305 — West 

Ostend 

1501 Gittings 

1613 1613 Fort av 
1705 1700 Heath 
1709 1713 
Elk,fm James S of Gunpowder 

Bradford al 
Ellicott, S fm Water E of Light 
103 100 
111 116 
Elliott, E from Boston and 
Patapsco 
3701 2700 Boston 
3801 3800 Chesapeake 

3900 Patuxent 

3031 3000 Potomac 

3036 Hare 

3101 3100 Canton 
3141 3143 East av 

Elm , N W f m Townsend N of Mt 

Royal av 
Elm av, Hampden 
Elm av, W from intersection of 

Liberty rd and Smallwood 
Elm pi, N from Biddle bet L 

Pine and Myrtle av 

901 

939 

Elton ct, W from 4 S Ann 
Emory, S from 635 W Pratt 

313 Pratt 

313 Portland 

316 Columbia av 



Mveftisements 



Inserted at Eowest Prices and in 
best manner by The National 

Advertising Bureau, N \V Cor of 
Baltimore and North Streets. 

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P.M. Blaney's Ague Mixture 

Will Cure Chills, Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, 

and all diseases originating from Liver derangement or 
Malaria. Also ** LA GKIPPE " 

FFVFR ANn APIIP if continued bring on other diseases, which 
rLlLn nllU nUUL eventually prove very difficult to cure, the 
usual remedies resorted to only seem to cure slight cases or to stop them 
for a short time soon to return again, but "Blaney's Ague Mixture" will 
prove a very effectual cure. PKICE 35c. Prepared by 

FM "RT A "NTTT V cor. pratt & gilmor sts 
■ ^T^> ^U AIN JU JL I BALTIMORE, MO. SOLD EV 



SOLD EVERYWHERE 



J. HENRY FISHER, 

Steam Powef Cigar Box Maoufactufer, 

AND DEALER IN CIGAR RIBBONS, 

Hos. 39 & 41 LEE STREET, 

Near Light Street Wharf. BALTIMORE, MD. 

All orders by mail promptly attended to. 

"NATIONAL" TYPE WRITER. 



Irfespective of price the Best and most Complete 
Writing Machine made. 

^©o — rrioe: — seo. 

Every Machine Guaranteed. 
Type Writer Supplies of Every Description. 

GEO. R. SEIFFERT, 18 S. Holliday St., BALTIMORE. 

F. B. NORRIS. C. P. NORRIS. 

FRANK B. NORRIS & BRO. 

Dealers in Plain and Artistic 

Paper Hangings and Window Shades, 

824 & 826 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 
Near High Street. BALTIMORE, MD. 

Work in City or Country Executed with Neatness and Dispatch. 
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SUPERLATIVE PATEHT— THE 
PREMIER FLODR OF AflERlCA. 



Knscr, N fni 



407 

501 

601 

613 

701 

801 

907 

1001 

1105 

l:i01 

1303 

1327 



Chesnut and 
400 Chesnut and 
500 East 
600 Forrest 
6^6 Mott (Hillen) 
703 Monument 
800 Madison 
900 Chew 

Eager 



Gav 
Gay 



1103 
1302 
1334 



Chase 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hoffman 

Oliver 

Ensor ct, E from 733 Ensor 
Erdman av, E from Harford av 

at tollgate 
Essex, S E from Canton av E of 
Collington av 
2101 — — Canton av 
2301 2300 Windsor 
2303 2300 Leakin 
2339 2334 Burke 
Etna la, W from Harrison N of 

Favette 
Etting, N from rm W Hoffman 



1101 
1313 

1403 



1801 
1901 
12003 
2103 
2129 



1113 
1206 
1300 



1600 
1704 
1800 
1932 
2022 
2102 
2318 



Hoffman 

Dolphin 

Lauvale 

Townsend 

Mosher 

McMechen 

Wilson 

Laurens 

Robert 

Presstman 

Bloom 

Gold 

Baker 



Eiitaw, N from 400 W Baltimore 



1 
101 
201 
301 
401 
503 
601 
715 



803 

903 

1001 

1101 

1201 



2 Baltimore 

100 Fayette 

300 Lexington 

300 Saratoga 

400 Mulberry 

502 Franklin 

600 New 

— Monument 

702 Druid Hill av 

708 L Monument 

816 Madison 

900 Biddle 

1000 Preston 

1100 Hoffman 

1200 Dolphin 



1311 
1403 
1501 
1(K)1 
1709 
1801 
ITOl 
2001 
3027 



1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1830 
1900 
3003 
2100 
2110 



Lanvale 

Townsend 

Mosher 

McMechen 

Wilson 

Laurens 

Robert 

Presstman 

Bloom 

North av 



Eutaw. S from 400 W Baltimore 



5 
103 
205 



605 
801 
'921 
1001 
1135 
1201 
1247 



4 German 

102 Lombard 

200 Pratt 

300 Camden 

400 Conway 

500 Barre 

600 Lee 

800 L Montgomery 

930 Henrietta 

1000 Hamburg 

1100 Gross 

1200 West 

1242 Stockholm 



Eutaw ct, E from 417 N Eutaw 
Eutaw pi, Eutaw N of Dolphin 
Eutaw pi sq, Eutaw from Dol- 
phin to North av 

Exchange al, S from 413 Second 

Exchange pi, see Lombard fm 

South to Gay 
Exeter. N from 1000 E Baltimore 



3 
101 
201 
301 
403 
503 
543 
Exeter, 
11 

101 
113 
203 
327 
301 
401 
515 



4 Baltimore 
103 Fayette 
200 Necessity al 
300 Low 
400 Gay 
438 Hillen 
— Front 

S from 1000 E Batimore 
4 Baltimore 
10 Watson 
103 Lombard 
118 Granby 
334 Pratt 
Stiles 
Fawn 

Bank, Trinity 
Eastern av 
Canton av 

E fm 103 



300 
400 
500 

508 

AIRMOUNT AV, 
N Chester 



Mm Doin 




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205 E. BALTIMORE STREET, 



COiCIES OF EVERT BESGBIPTION. 



Tally-Hos, Band Wagons, Buses 



— AND — 



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Special attention to the movement of passengers and baggage 

and freights of all kinds. 



Estimates made for Hauling. Hoisting and Shipping 
Safes and Heavy Machinery. 

GBIGAN & CO. 

PROPRIETORS. 
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A 



r R rQnihT>ilUMANDFACTDRIHG COMPANY 
Vj. a.. uam»llU| Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



Fairiuount av, E fm Bond N of 


1905 


1900 


Wolfe 


Baltimore 


, . (see also Hamp- 




1920 


Chapel 


s4ead St 




1935 


2000 


Washington 


1603 




Bond 


2031 


2026 


Castle 


1701 


1714 


Broadway 


2101 


2100 


Chester 


1803 


1800 


Ann 


2201 


2200 


Collington av 


1811 


1818 


Durham 


2313 


2300 


Patters'n-pk av 


1901 


1900 


Wolfe 




2400 


Burke 


1931 


1920 


Chapel 






Cannon 


2001 


2000 


Washington 




2636 


Luzerne 




2028 


Castle 




2700 


Patapsco 


2101 


2100 


Chester 


2801 




Chesapeake 




2208 


Collington av 


3051 


3022 


Potomac 


2301 


2300 


Patters'n-pk av 


3121 


3110 


Canton 


2311 


2330 


Burke 


3139 


3134 


East av 


Fairo 


ak av, 


E from Old York 


Fayette W f m 100 N Charles 


rd S of Jefferson av 


1 


2 


Charles 


Fairview av, N from 21 Old 


101 


100 


McClellan; 




Frederick rd 






(Crooked la) 


Falls, 


W from 640 Constitution 


123 


134 


Sharp 


Falls 


al, N 


fm Jones Falls E 


201 


— 


Liberty 


of North 




305 


300 


Howard 


Falls 


rd, N 


W from Maryland 


405 


404 


Eutaw 


av 


N of Lanvale 


501 


500 


Paca 


Fawn 


E from East Falls av S of 




612 


Greene 


Stiles 




627 


620 


Pearl 


823 


846 


President, Al- 


637 


632 


Arch 


901 


900 


High (bemarle 


701 


700 


Pine 


1003 


1004 


Exeter 


801 


800 


Fi-emont av 


1022 


1022 


Central av 


901 


900 


Poppleton 


Fawn 


Hill av, N f ra 625 Fdk rd 


929 


926 


Amity 


Fayette E f m 100 N Charles 


1001 


1000 


Schroeder 


1 


10 


Charles 




1100 


Carlton 


103 


100 


St Paul 


1201 


1200 


Carrollton av 


203 




Calvert 


1313 




Carey 


301 




North 


1401 


1414 


Calhoun 


401 


400 


Holliday 


1501 


1500 


Strieker 


561 


500 


Gay 


1601 


1600 


Gilmor 


603 


602 


Frederick 


1701 


1700 


Mount 


701 


706 


Harrison 


1721 


1800 


Fulton av 


801 


804 


Front 




1940 


Monroe 


901 


900 


High 






Payson 


1001 


1000 


Exeter 






Pulaski 




1018 


Chesnut 






Smallwood 


1101 


1100 


East 


Fayette ct, E fm201N Washing- 


1251 


1208 


Aisquith 


ton 


I 




1301 


1300 


Central av 


Fear, 


W f m Francis N of Retreat 


1403 


1400 


Eden 


Federal, E f m St Paul N of 


1417 




Spring 


Oli 


ver 




1501 


1500 


Caroline 




120 


St Paul 


1521 




Dallas 


— 




Calvert 


1603 


1600 


Bond 


303 


326 


North 




1700 


Broadway 




400 


Barclay 


1801 


1800 


Ann 






Greenm't av 




1818 


Durham 






Ensor 



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Advertising Furnished Free by The National 

Advertising Bureau, Northwest Corner 
Baltimore and North Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

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A Most Perfect Lubricant at Last 



THE absolute requirement for the successful run- 
ning: of all grades of machinery, is a perfectly 
neutral, non-gumming Ldibricatiug" Oil. We 
say "the successful running" of machinery, in 
the sense of the largest measure of results for 
the least expenditure for repairs, fuel, etc. This desi- 
rable condition is attained by the use of 

AJBBgOL^O 



No special directions. No troublesome processes. 
No hot journals or bearings. No lost time. 

Follow directions on label, and write us your opinion 
of 

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Address orders and all correspondence to 

mWM LDBKICANT CO, 

BOX 531 POST OFFICE, BAL,TIMOKE, MD. 

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Baltimore and North Sts. 
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1101 1100 Holbrook 

Aisquith 

Eden 

Caroline 

Bond 

Wolfe 

2008 2003 Washington 
2019 2051 Chester 

Federal ct, N from Oliver W 
of Charles 

Federal Hill Park, bound- 
ed by AVarren av, Covingr- 
ton, Hughes and Johnson 

Fell, S from Thames at inter- 
section of Ann 
905 900 
945 . 950 

Ferry, E from Marshall av S of 
Doi'sey 

Ferry liar Kridge, ft Light or 
Marshall av 

Fifteenth, N and S fm First 
av E of Fourteenth 

Fifteenth (W),N and S fm Balto 
W of Fourteenth 

Fifth or Armory av, see 
Armory av 

Fifth, E of Fourth, Canton 

Fif th(W),N and S fm Balto W of 
Fourth 

Fifth, (N) E and W from Char 
les street av 

Fifthav.E from East av S of 
Fourth av 

Fifth la, E of Johnson S of 
West 

Fillmore, E from Independ- 
ence N of Townsend av 

Fip al, E f m ;? N Caroline 

First, E of Clinton, Canton 

First(W),N and S fm Balto W of 
Smallwood 

First, (N) E and W from 
Charles-street av 

First av, E from East av S of 
Toone 

First av, Hampden [son 

First la, S f m Wehage E of John- 
Fish Market sp, see Second 

bet Jones Falls and Cen- 

tre-mkt sp 

Flatiron al, S fm 1117 E Monu 

ment 
Fleet al, S fm 1423 Hammond al 



Florence, N from Edmondson 
av E of Bloomingdale rd 

Florence, N from Retreat E of 
Francis 

Folsom, E fm 1221 Riverside av 

Foreman ct, E from Mount S 
of Ramsay 

Forney al, W fm 110 Pearl 

Forrest, N fm Halfmoon al E 
of East 

. — 100 Halfmoon al 

201 202 East * 

303 302 Douglas 

417 400 Orleans ; Lc \T 

503 500 Gay 

525 520 Ensor 

601 600 Hi lien 

703 700 Monument 

805 831 Madison 

901 900 Truxton 

1001 1000 Eager 

1101 1100 Chase 

1113 1104 Biddle 

Forrest (W), S fm McHenry E 
of Bentalou 

Forrest pi, see Forrest bet 
Eager and Biddle 



Fort av, E fm 1500 S Charles 


5 


20 


Charles . 


105 


102 


Light 


123 




Byrd 


201 


200 


William 


301 


300 


Battery av 




400 


Riverside av 




500 


Covington 


601 


600 


Jackson 




700 


Webster 


— 




Boyle 


915 


920 


Lawrence 


1007 


1018 


Ludlow 


1019 




Burrough 


1101 





Allen 
Porter 
Jones 
Decatur 


1501 


1500 


Hull 




1600 


Towson 


1711 


1700 


Andre 
Stuart 




1910 


Harper 
Benjamin 




2216 


Marcin 




2218 


Fort McHenry 




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but a Science Understood by The Na- 
tional Advertising Bureau, N W Cor 
Baltimore and North Streetg. 

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CLOCKS, BROKZESS SUPPLIES, 



WHOLESALE ONLY. 



No. 2S S. Charles Street, 



Tools, Watch Materials and Jewelers' Findings. 

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Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



Fort av, W fra 1500 S Charles 
Charles 
Goodman al 
Hanover 
Leadenhall 
— — Sharp 
Fo88 ct, S fm 309 Hudson ext 
Foster al, N fm 106 W Biddle 
Foster av, (see Alieeanna) 
Foundry, E fra 401 N Calvert 



11 


6 


13 




105 


138 


139 


190 



Right 
201 
301 
401 
409 



liOft 

200 
304 



Calvert 
North 
Holliday 
Front 

605 



S Wash- 



ext 



Fountain, E from 

Ington 
2031 3000 Washington 
2035 3053 Chester 
Fountain av, N fm Pa av 

N W of Clif «>n 
Fourteenth, E of Thirteenth, 

Canton 
Fourteeutli(W),N & S f m Balto 

W of Thirteenth 
Fourth (N), E and W from 

Charles-St av 
Fourth, E of Third Canton 
FourtliCW),N and S fm Balto W 

of Third 
Fourth av, E from East av S 

of Third av 
Fourth av, Hampden 
Fox al, S fm 311 Tenth N 
Fox ct, rear 330 Forrest 
Francis, N from North av E 

of Penua av 
Franklin, E fm 500 N Charles 
3 3 Charles 

— 100 St Paul 
107 - - Courtland 
113 134 Calvert 

Franklin, W fm 500 N Charles 
1 14 Charles 

101 114 Cathedral 
301 300 Parkav 
305 303 Howard 
401 400 Euraw 
501 500 Paca 

— — Penna av 

601 614 Greene (Pearl) 
703 703 Pine 
717 716 Myrtle av 
801 753 Ogston 

— 800 Brune 



879 

907 

1101 



1413 

1605 
1701 
1735 



900 Fremont av 

Poppleton 

1000 Schroeder 

1100 Arlington av 

1303 Carrollton av 

1303 Carey 

1403 Calhoun 

1503 Strieker 

1610 Gilmor 

1700 Mount 

1733 Fulton av 

Monroe 

S from Water 



W 



Franklin la, 

of South 
Franklin rd, N W from Cal- 

verton rd, N of Calverton 
Franklin sq, bounded by Lex- 
ington, Carey, Fayette and 
Calhoun 
Frederick , N fra 600 E Balto 
1 4 Baltiraore 

101 100 Fayette 
301 — Etna la 
331 136 Gay 
Frederick, S fra 600 E Balto 
1 3 Baltiraore 

33 36 Second 

101 104 Lombard 
131 116 Pratt 
Frederick av, W from inter- 
section of Baltimore and 
Gilmor 

Baltiraore 
Mount 
Fulton av 
Monroe 
Payson 
Pulaski 
Smallwood 
City line 
Frederick rd, Frederick av ext 
Fremont av, N f m 800 W BaltO 



1601 
1703 

1901 
3001 
3101 
3119 



1610 
1703 

1800 
1913 
3000 
3100 
2300 
3336 



3 
19 
103 
117 
303 
319 
301 
319 
401 
423 
501 

601 



10 
102 
112 

203 

303 
314 
400 
430 

500 
516 
600 



Baltiraore 

Raborg 

Fayette 

Vine 

Lexington 

Waesche 

Saratoga 

Sarah Ann 

Mu I berry 

Peirce 

Franklin 

Milton pi 

George 



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701 704 Harlem av 
801 808 Lanvalo 
909 904 Towusend (La- 
fayette av) 

1000 Mosher 

1107 1104 Pitcher (Ceme- 
tery la) 

1200 Winchester 

1301 1300 Laurens (Pat- 

' terson av) 

1401 Waltemeyer al 

1507 1508 Presstman 

1566 Chappell 

Penna av 

Fremont av, S fm 800W Balto 

6 10 Baltimoi-e 

17 34 German, 

(HolUns) 
117 102 Lombard 
SOT 204 Pratt 
211 220 Dover 
907 302 Portland, 

(McHenry) 
401 402 Haw (Ramsay) 
507 506 Columbia av 
eOl 600 Paca 
619 626 Burgundy al 
703 702 Conway, 

(Kidgely) 
803 800 Barre 

907 Lee 

923 1008 Warner 
Eutaw 
N from French 



1001 1000 



1025 
1051 
Front, 
3 
15 



High (Centre) 
Exeter 
(Constitution) 
Chesnut 
Forrest 



1094 

S from 800 E Baltimore 



4 Baltimore 
12 Plowman 
50 Second 
39 53 Lombard 

Fmlton al, S from Howard E 

of Park av 
Fulton av, N fm 1800 W Balto 
27 24 Baltimore 

111 104 Fayette 
201 — Lexington 
301 306 Saratoga 
401 — Mulberry 
501 616 Franklin 
613 600 Edmondson av 
701 700 Harlem av 
801 800 Lanvale 
901 900 Lafayette 
1001 1000 Mosher 
1101 1100 Tenant 
1301 1300 Patterson av 
1401 1400 Lorman 
1527 1500 Presstman 
1559 1504 Baker 



1008 

1028 

French al, N from French la 

W of Light 
French la, E from Charles N 

of Lombard 
Friendship, N fm 1100 Orleans 
Friendship (village), Yoi*k road 
Friendsliip av, from York road 

S of toll gate 
Friendship al, (Tenpin al) E 

from 3 N Eden 
Friendship et, (also called Eden 

st ct) E f m 105 N Eden 
Frisby, N from Oxford av E 

of York road 
Fritz ct, E fm Wolfe N of Gay 
Front, N from 800 E Baltimore 



Fulton av, S fm 1800 W BaltO 



1 

33 
105 
205 
301 
355 



16 
22 
104 
204 
300 
402 
530 
600 
628 



Baltimore 

Hollins 

Lombard 

Pratt 

McHenry 

Ramsay 

Cole 

Eagle 



3 


4 


Baltimore 


101 


104 


Fayette 


317 


316 


Low 


403 


404 


Gay 


501 


512 


Hillen 


801 


800 


Foundry 



Furrow, see Forrest (W) 

GALiLAGHEK Ct, E fm Col- 
lington av S of Eastern av 
Garden, N from Rass W of 
Howard (see also Linden av 
661 603 Rass 
705 710 Monument 
803 803 Ma<iison 
877 890 Biddle 
Garden ville, (village) 3 miles 

on Belair rd 
Garrett, W from Liberty N of 

Baltimore 
Garrett al, W fm708St Paul 



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Through THE NATIONAL. ADVERTISING BUKEAU 
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Bffi DMLEI Til 




[Fig. l.j 

Can be restored to ibeir orig'inal appearar.oe, 
from a series of different shades of porcelain, 
the color of the natural org-ans being so admir- 
ably imitated that it is diflBcult to detect the 
artificial from the natural. This is accom- 
plished by 

The pleW poPCBlaiii ppocBg^ 

OF THE 



ForcdaygntaliirtCo. 

(Fatented December 29, 1887), 

Ho. 3G8 N. EUTAW ST, 

Between Raratog'a a'd Mnlborry Streets. 



umm imi elogs and fukf mm 




C. A. Gambrill 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
No, 214 Commerce Street. 



Garrett av, fm Beason E of 
Towson 
1301 1300 Beason 
1401 1400 Clemout 
1477 1476 Fortav 
Garrett av, N E from First W 

of Elisor 
Garrison av, N of Old Liberty 

rd E of toll gate 
Garrison la, N from Frederick 

av W of Wilkens 
Gates, S fm 257 E Hamburg 
Gay, N fm 500 E Balto 



1 
101 
"201 

217 
901 
831 
401 
449 
601 
601 
701 
743 
801 
821 
901 
929 
953 
1001 

1101 
1103 
1201 
1333 
1417 



4 

100 
200 



300 
340 
400 
426 
500 

700 

800 

900 
938 

1000 
1012 
1120 



Balto 
Fayette 
Frederick ; 

(Saratoga) 
Harrison 
Front 
High 
Exeter 
East 
Forrest 
Aisqaith 
Monument 
Central av 
Madison 
Eden 
Chew 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Eager 
Bond 
Chase 
Broadway 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hoffman 
Oliver 
Federal 
Lanvale 
Townsend 
North av 



1200 
i;300 

U30 
1508 
1655 1606 
1731 1700 
1849 1830 
1875 1874 
Gay, S fm 500 E Balto 
1 2 Balto 

35 — Second 
111 100 Lombard 
121 120 Pratt 
Gels ton al, E fm 1131 Penna av 
Gelston ct, E fm 210 N Schroe 

der 
George, W fm 700 Penna av 
601 606 Penna av 
703 700 Pine ; Biddle 
723 730 Myrtle av 



763 — Clinton av 
787 — Abel 
803 800 Briine 
839 834 Fremont av 
George al, N fm George W of 

Penna av 
Georgetown, 'Belair road, half 

mile N from first tollgate 
German, E fm 13 S Charles 
3 4 Charles 

101 106 Light 
201 200 Calvert 
245 218 South 
German, W fm 13 S Charleg 
Charles 
Hanover 
Hopkins pi 
Liberty 
Howard 
Eutaw 
Paca 
Greene 
Penn (Pine) 
Fremont av 
(see Wilcox) from 

^^ Jdle 

Gibbs ct, E from 151 East, N of 

Fayette 
Gilbert, N fm916 Edmondson av 
Gillingliam al, Efrom Howard 

N of Pratt 
Gillis ct, rear 1222 Jefferson 
Gilmor, N fm 1600 W Balto 



6 


4 


103 


104 


209 


200 


305 


300 


427 


402 


505 


502 


603 


602 


701 


700 


769 


762 


Getz 


av, ( 


Chase to 



5 
103 

205 
301 
401 
501 

703 
803 
903 
1015 
1101 
1207 
1307 



8 Baltimore 

102 Fayette 

200 Lexington 

300 Saratoga 

400 Mulberry 

510 FraakJin 

600 Edmondson av 

700 Harlem av 

803 La II vale 

900 Lafayette av 
1012 Mosher 
1118 Tenant 

Winchester 

Patterson av 

Lorman 

Presstman 

Baker 

Calhoun 



1300 
1402 
1500 
1600 
1654 



1115 
1601 

1637 ..„. .. 

Gilmor, Sfm 1600 W Balto 

— 2 Baltimore 

— — Hollins 
105 100 Lombard 



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Wednesdays — Boots and Shoes. 
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property, OR HOW TO AVOID BOTH, with the econom- 
ical production of steam, etc., etc. Address: 

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The Clarendon Hotel, 

Baltimore, Md. 

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stag Superphosphate for Tobacco, Potatoes and Grapes. 
Amnioniated Bone Superphosphate for Corn, BnckAvheat 

and AVheat. 
Pure Fine Ground Raw Bone. Pure Dissolved Raw Bone. 
Dissolved Bone Phosphate and Chemicals. 

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201 


200 


301 


300 


401 




441 


500 




516 


Gilmore av 



Pratt 
Mc Henry 
Ramsay 
Cole 

B&ORR 
, continuation of 
Old York rd, Waverly 
Oirardav, Federal fm Charles 

to Greenmount av 
Gittings, W from William S of 

[Ostend 
Gitting:s ct, E from James la 

Not' Cross 
Glen Kdwards av, from Falls 

I'd W of Jefferson av 
Gold, S W from intersection of 

Madison and North avs 
GoldsmitU al, S from Fred- 
erick av W of Fulton av 
Goldsmith av, W from Har- 
ford rd N of North av 
Goodman al, (or Olive) S from 

Cross W of Charles 
Goodman ct, N from 112 W 

German 

Goodwin, W fm 1460 Harford av 

Goodwin al, E from Sharp N 

Even 108 [of Fayette 

Gorsucli av, E from Old York 

road N of Jefferson 
Gougli, E from L Gough E of 
Exeter 

L Gough 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Bond 
Bethel 
Broadway 
Regester 
Ann 
Durham 
WoU'e 
Chapel 
Washington 
Castle 
Chester 
Collington"av 
Madeira al 
Patters'n-pk av 
from 1115 Jafhes la 
Govanstown, 4 miles on Yorkrd 
Grace ct, S from 407 King 



Granby, E from 
of Pratt 



Jones' Falls N 



817 

901 

1005 

1105 

1153 

Grant, 

1 

121 



828 Jones' Falls 

904 High 
10«0 Exeter 
L Gough 



1082 Central av 
S from 117 E Baltimore 
10 
114 
Greenspring av, N W from 
Wood berry la W of Druid 
Hill Pack 
Graves, N from Monument W 

of Greenmount av 
Green la, W from Harford rd 

near Herring r\in 
Greene, N from 600 W Baltimore 



1201 
1303 
1401 
1503 
1513 
1607 
1621 
1703 
1721 
1805 
1813 
1901 
1919 
2001 
2031 
2103 
2201 
2325 
2233 
Gould 



1206 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1512 
1604 
1616 
1702 
1722 
1800 
1822 
1916 
1930 
2003 
2030 
3104 



2222 
la, E 



3 


4 


Baltimore 




14 


Raborg 


111 


104 


Fayette 


203 


202 


Lexington 


301 


300 


Saratoga 


403 


400 


Mulberry 


417 


426 


Franklin 


Greene, S from 600 W Baltimore 


5 


6 


Baltimore 


27 


14 


German 




32 


Cider al 


111 


116 


Lombard 






King 


211 


213 


Pratt 


331 


228 


L Greene 


507 


604 


Columbia av 


619 




Elbow la 


605 


602 


Paca 


703 


703 


Conway 


■7U 


712 


Wayne 


803 


802 


Barre 


821 


816 


Lee 


Green 


ct, S fm 119 E Hamburg 


Greenmount av, N from inter- 


w sec. 


of Forrest & Harford av 


703 


700 


Forrest 


801 


800 


Madison 




902 


Truxton 


1001 


i(m 


Eager 


1105 


1100 


Chase 


1205 


1208 


Biddle 


1303 


1300 


Preston 


1333 


1428 


Hoffman 




1510 


Oliver 






Federal 






Decker 




1700 


Lanvale 



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Type-AVriter Copying of all kinds executed promptly and 
accurately. First class Operators only. All A^^oric guaranteed 
correct. iPrivate Office for dictating business letteis, notes, &c. 

iT^^Expert Copying from Phonograph Cylinders.,,.^ 
Call and see specimens, or send cylinders for trial, and they will 

be returned with a type written copy of same. 
OfiSce Stenographers furnished at short notice and at reasonable 
rates. 

ruid Mills Manufacturing Co. 

B. F. Gambrill, President. John W. Brown, Vice-President 

Charles K, Oliver, Secretary and Treasurer. ^ 

Manufacturers of 

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OF ALL WIDTHS. 




Twines, Yarns, Awning Str'ipes, Etc. 

7 South Gay Street. | le."eph^?.e ^ee .. 
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THEODORE WEEMS every Wednesday and Saturday at 6.30 
A. M., forPatuxent River as far up as Benedict. 

WESTMORELAND leaves 9 P. M. every Sunday for Patuxent. 

MASON L. WEEMS and WESTMORELAND leave every Tues- 
day and Friday at 4 30 P. M. for Fredericksbui^g and all land- 
ins."^s on the Rappahannock. 

MASON L. WEEMS every Wednesday at 4.30 P. M. for the Rap- 
pahannock River as far Tappahannock. 

HENRY WILLIAMS, Agent, 

428 LIGHT STREET WHARF. 

E. L. PARKER & CO. 

Importers and Dealers in 

Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, 

Zinc, Metals, Stamped and Japanned Ware, &c. 

201 & 203 S. CHARLES STREET. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



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No. 214 Commerce Street. 



1804 

1828 



Townsend 
North av 



Greenvvillow, W fra Pa av 

005 604 

63;j (546 
Green willow, ct, S from 605 

(jrrev'uwillow 
Greenwood, Irom Belair av nr 

italtimore Cemetery 
Griffln ct, E fra 403 S CoUington 

2Ho 3323 
Grlilin ct. N fm 1704 Eastern av 

411 417 

Griffiss ct, W from 308 President 
Grindall, 10 from William S of 
303 30;i [Hamburg 

439 404 
Grindall ct, N f m 33 E L Hughes 
Groome al, (see Stevens al) 
Grove, N from Truxton E of 
906 900 [Constitution 

933 912 
Grove, S fm 2127 Lancaster 
Guilford, W from 110 South 
Guilford al, E f m Charles S of 

Lee 
Guilford av, (see North) 
Guilford pi, (see North) 
Gunpowder, from James S of 

Bush 
Gutiuan av, N from Kennedy 

la E of Bartlettav 
Gwynne, N from Boston E of 
Windsor 

HAL,, f m Central av N of 
Jefferson 
Hafer, W from Garrison la N of 

Frederick av 
Hagan ct, S from 1207 B^nk 
.Hagarct, from 710 Stirling 
Haines, from Ridgely near 

Bayard 
Halfiuoon al, E from, Ches- 

uut N of Fayette 
Hall al, W from 437 S Spring 

1428 

Hall al,S fm Cross E of Batt'ry 
1109 1103 
1131 1340 
Hamburg, E f m 1000 S Charles 
3 4 Charles 

1(» 103 Light 
203 204 William 
337 300 Riverside av 
401 330 Henry 



419 — Covington 
Hamburg, W f m 1000 S Charlea 
11 6 Charles 

103 113 Hanover 

— 118 Bevan 

147 156 Leadenhali 
303 203 Sharp 
319 326 Howard 
405 402 Eiitaw 

— - — Warner 

— 514 Fremont 
601 600 Russell 
701 706 Ridgely 
749 732 Paca 

809 806 Scott 
811 816 Cross 
Hamilton, E fm 517 N Charlei 

— 6 Charles 
105 100 St Paul 
129 103 

Hamilton, W fm 516 N Charles 
1 8 Charles 

— 18 Cathedral 

— — Park av 
Hamilton al, from Eden S of 

McElderry 514 to 524 
Hamilton tr, Eutaw between 

Madison and Biddle 
Hammerbacker ct, W from 

934 Bevan 
Hammond, E and W from 
Marshall av S of Cromwell 
Hammond al, E from 1515 Albe- 
marle 
Hampden (village) 3)4 miles 

on Falls rd 
Hampden av, W fm 340 Beech 

av, Hampden 
Hampson, W f m 1900 Bolton 
Hampstead, E from Central 
av N of Baltimore 
1403 1400 Eden 
Spring 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Bond 

E f m 1009 N 
[Ann 



av, 



1431 1418 

1503 1500 

1515 1516 

1525 1526 
Hannemann 

1803 1802 

1825 1824 
Hanover, S from 101 W Balto 

1 3 Baltimore 

13 16 German 

101 100 Lombard 

301 300 Pratt 

301 300 Camden 



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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shorthand & Typewriting 

N. H. BUSEIV, 

112 N. CHARLES STREET, j 



Mr, Busey's productions have a world-wide reputa- 
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prices, 

DRUID FABRIC ROOFING 

— and — 
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Best and Cheapest Roof Covering and 
Paint Manufactured. 

XDRTJixD :b^ei_.t go. 

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CAT.I> 1096 

Telephone and Telegraphic Connections Day and Night. 



PROF. ROBERT WARD, F.RC.V.S. 

Prof, of Animal Pathology at the Baltimore University. 

OFFICE AND ANIMAL MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 

2J3 W. FAYETTEST, BET. HOWARD AND PARK. 

Yard for Examination of Horses prior to purchase, and Infirm- 
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401 

601 

601 

621 

701 

719 

801 

901 

1001 

1107 

1201 

1301 

1413 

1501 

1601 

1701 

1801 

1903 

2001 



2301 
2a51 



400 Conway 
500 Barre 
600 Lee 
618 York 
702 Hill 
714 Hughes 
800 Montgomery- 
goo Henrietta 

1000 Hamburg 

1100 Cross 

1206 West 

1310 Ostend 

1400 Clement 

1500 Fort av 

1600 Randall 

1713 Heath 

1804 Barney 

1900 Wells 

2044 Winder 

2100 McComas 

Donaldson 

2300 Jephson 

2304 Moale 



Hare, fm Lancaster E of Poto- 

— 804 Lancaster [mac 
903 902 Hudson 

— — Dillon 
1117 1120 O'Donnell 

1201 Elliott 

1253 Boston 

Harford av, N E fm Forrest 
E of Greenmount av 



703 
803 



!'25 
1031 
1129 
1213 

1401 



602 

700 

800 

806 

900 

1002 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 



Forrest 

Monument 

Madison 

Willow 

Chew 

Eager 



Chase 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hotfman 

— - Oliver 

1601 1604 Federal 
1711 1700 Lanvale 
1801 1800 Townsend 
1853 1834 North av 
Harford rd, Harford av ext 
Hardest la, W from Harford rd 

N of North av 
Hargrove al,Nf m 112E Saratoga 
301 304 Saratoga 
311 — Pleasant 
401 — Mulberry 
501 604 Franklin(Hamilton 



537 602 Centre 
— 604 Monument 
Harlem av, W f m Myrtle ay 
of George 



703 
8©3 
901 
1001 
1101 
1203 
1211 
1303 



1603 
1701 

1725 



700 



902 

1102 
1202 

1303 
1400 
1500 
1602 
1700 
1T24 



Myrtle av 

Brune 

Fremont av 

Schroeder 

Arlington av 

Carrollton av 

Stockton 

Carey 

Calhoun 

Strieker 

Gilmor 

Mount 

Fulton av 
Harlem Park, bounded by Ed- 
mondson av, Harlem av, 
Calhoun and Gilmor 
Harman.s Bridge, ft Ridgely 
Harmon al, S fra Randall near 

Jackson 
Harmony la, (see Sarah Ann) 
Harnderi c*,S f m 25 E Henrietta 
Harper, S from Marriott E of 
Stuart 

Harris, see Streeper 
Harris al,S from Hudson E of 
821 — [Patapsco 

907 900 Hudson 
1003 1002 Dillon 
1007 1006 O'DonnelJ 
Harris ct, from Hughes E of 
Covington 

Harrison, N f m 700 E Balto 
3 4 Baltimore 

101 100 Fayette 
— »0 Etna la 
199 252 Gay 

Harrison, Homestead 

Hart's la, N fm Eleventh E of 

Matthews av 
Hartway al, S from Baltimore 

W of Hanover 
Hasselberger ct, N from 14 

Gould la 
Haiibert,Sfm Cox E of Decatur 
1029 1032 Cox 
1101 1100 Nicholson 

1122 Marriott 

Beason 

1401 Clement 

1437 Fortav 



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S. E. COR. CHARLES AND LEXINGTON STREETS, 

TEMPORARILY AT 111 N.CHARLES ST. 

incokpokatew 1854. 

Francis T. King, Jno. Curlett, 

President. Treasurer. 



Chas. J. Baker, President. V, Emory Gardner, Cashier. 

FRAITKLIIT BANK, 

15 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 

CAPITAL »330,0OO. SURPLUS *35,000. 

The Accounts of Business Firms, Merchants, Manufacturers, 
Banks and Bankers Solicited. 

Unsurpassed Facilities for and Special Attention Given 

to Collections. 



National Meshaniss' Bank, 

ESTARLISHED 1806, 

CAPITAL $1,000,000. 



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Favorable Terms. 
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President. Cashier. 



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Working Drawings. Patent Office Drawings, Plats, Maps, &c. 

Construction and Inspection of Machinery, 



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K). A. UdlllUllll I Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



Haw, VV from Emory N of 

Coliiinbia av 
Hawk, E from Centre Market- 

Sn N of Lombard 
I!ax 111, Fi from 2{)^ S Dallas 
lloaly *'t, V. from 805 N Front 
Heath, K fm I'i'OO S Charles 



3 

107 

:30i 



8 Charles 
18 Hanover 
70 Light 

— Byrd 

— Johnson 
Heatli, W fm 1700 S Charles 
Helen, Sfm Lehman W of Cath- 
erine 

Henrietta, E f m 900 S Charles 
3 3 Charles 

45 48 Light 

Henrietta, W fm 900 S Charles 
1 4 Charles 

103 103 Hanover 
131 133 Leadenhall 
303 303 Sharp 
319 303 Howard 
419 406 Eutaw 
445 434 Warner 
— — L Montgomery 
Henrietta, W from Valley nr 

Brady av, Waverly 
Henry, S from water line E of 
601 600 
623 618 



100 


Lombard 


134 


Granby 


304 


Pratt 


333 


Stiles 


300 


Fawn 


400 


Trinity 


410 


Eastern av 



[Johnson 
from West W of 



Henry ct, E 

Hanover 
Herkimer, S E from intersec- 
tion of Stockholm and B & O 
RR 
Hermitage sq, bounded by Hill, 

Sharp and Montgomery 
Herring ct, N from 1604 Gough 
Hess ct, N from 136 W Hughes 
Hiclvory av, Hampden 
High, N from 900 E Balto 
3 4 Baltimore 

103 100 Fayette 
303 — Necessity al 
313 300 Low 
405 403 Gay 
to 418 Mechanics' ct 
437 500 Hillen 
— 503 Addison 
538 Front 
Higli, S fm 900 E Baltimore 
1 4 Plowman 

15 — Watson 



101 

301 
333 
303 
401 
413 
High A.1, E from Aisquith N of 

"l'"ayctte 
Higlilaud av, W fm Pa av ext 

N of Beach av 
Higlilanii av (or First St), N 
and S from Phila rd E of 
Clinton 
Higliland Pk, Liberty rd 
Highlaudtown, E of City 

Limits 
Hill, N of Morling av W of 

Jones' Falls, Hampton 
Hill, E from 700 S Charles 
3 3 

43 58 

Hill, W from 700 S Charles 
1 3 Charles 

101 103 Hanover 
303 300 Sharp 
335 338 Howard 
Hillen, N E from Holliday 
of Saratoga 
701 700 Jones Falls 
803 803 Front 
90"1 — High 
1001 • 1000 Exeter 
1019 1016 Chesnut 
1041 1040 East 
1103 1103 Forrest 
1119 1134 Ensor 
Hillman, N from Neighbor E of 
McKim 
903 903 Neighbor 
1101 1100 Eager 
1135 1136 Chase 
HoflFman, E from 1400 N Charlei 
7 6 Charles 

— St Paul 

— Calvert 

— North 

— Greenm't av 

— McKim •• 

903 Valley 

1001 Ensor 

1101 Hoi brook 

1300 Aisquith 

1331 1314 Harford av 

Central av 



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Eden 
Caroline 
Dallas 
Bond 
Broadway 
Ann 
Wolfe 
Washington 
Chester 
Collington av 
Patter'n-pk av 
Burke 
Cannon 
Luzerne 
Hoffman , W from 1 iOO N Charles 



1417 
1503 
1513 




1909 
1927 


2000 
2100 




2440 
2504 
2520 



27 
125 
201 

301 

407 
503 
619 
643 



34 
126 
222 
234 
302 
402 
600 
602 
646 



av 



Charles 
Cathedral 
Park av 
Bolton 
Linden av 
Madison av 
Druid Hill 
Penna av 
Myrtle av 
Hoifinan la, E from Dorsey la 

N of Frederick rd 
Hog al, S from Uhick al E of 

Spring 
Holbrook, N from Biddle E of 
1205 1200 Biddle [Ensor 

Preston 
Hoffman 
from Aisquith N of 



1301 1300 
13'>9 1326 
Holland, E 
Fayett 



801 


804 


859 




901 


902 


927 




loas 


1000 


1101 


1100 


1205 


1204 


1217 


1214 


i;^oi 


1300 


1401 


1400 





1500 




1602 


1701 


1702 




1802 


1913 


1926 


2001 


2000 


2101 


2012 


212!) 





1205 



13U1 
1403 



Aisquith 
liCWis 
Central av 
Eden 
Spring 
Caroline 
see Wilcox 
, N from 920 E Bid 
die. For Nossee Wiicox 
Holland <•«. S from 1311 H al 
Holliday, N fm 400 E Balto 
Baltimore 
Fayette 
Oi-ango al, Lexing- 



1206 

1224 

1300 

1402 

1416 

1423 1428 

Holland al, 

Holland uv. 



1 

109 
201 
301 
329 
409 
421 



200 
300 
344 
440 

448 



Saratoga 
Pleasant 
Foundry 
Centre 
Monument 
HoUiday, S f m 400 E Balto 
1 3 Balvimore 



35 38 Second 

36 — Lombard 
Hollings worth, S from Lom- 
bard E of Light 

7 102 
1 122 

Hollins, W from Fremont av S 
of Baltimore 

Fremont av 
Parkin 
Poppleton 
Amity 
Schroeder 
Arlington av 
CarroUton av 
Stockton 
Carey 
Calhoun 
Strieker 
Gilmor 
Mount 
Fulton av 
Frederick av 
Monroe 
Payson 
Pulaski 
Smallwood 
Hollins al, S from 1025 HollinB 
Holtznian ct, N from Canton 

av E of Essex 
Homestead av, E fm Old York 

rd S of Gorsuch av 
Homestead(village), Harford rd 
Homcwood av, (See McKim) 
Hookstown rd, Penna aA" ext 
Hooper's la, N fm Liberty rd E 

of W M R R 
Hope, fm Point la E of Ais<iiuth 
Hope al,S tm Warren Eof Light 
Hope al, Sfrom Warren av E of 

William 
Hopkins al,E from 1107 N Eden 
Hopkins av, W f rom Schroeder 

N of Edmondson av 
Hopkins av, W from Schroeder 
N of George 
1001 1000 
1049 10 !S 
[ton Hopkins pi, S f m Baltimore to 
Pratt W of Hanover 
1 8 Baltimore 

21 12 German 

101 100 Lombard 
119 126 Pratt 
Horn,W from 1110 N Washington 




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Horn av, E from Madison av 

N of North av 
Horner la, N from Ist tollgate 

Philadelphia rd 
Horseshoe al, rear 6 E Lee 
House ct, W from Charles S of 

Conway 
Howard, N f m 300 W Balto 
1 2 Baltimore 

— 10 Garrett 
101 100 Fayette 
117 118 Marion 
201 200 Lexington 
219 220 Clay 

301 300 Saratoga 
401 400 Mulberry 
501 506 Franklin 

— 600 Centre, (Ross) 
701 700 Monument 
801 802 Madison 

903 eOO Richmond 
941 968 Parkav 

— 970 Cathedral 
Howard, S f m 301 W Balto 

3 4 Baltimore 

11 12 German 

Cider al 
Lombard 
King 
Pratt 
Dover 
Camden 
Conway 
Barre 
Lee 
York 

Hill (Montgomery 
Henrietta 
Hamburg- 
Cross 
West 

Stockholm 
N from 710 Web- 



119 

209 

301 

403 

501 

601 

617 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 

1201 



12 
26 
100 
114 
204 
214 



602 

800 

1010 
1050 



Hubbard 

ster al 
Hudson, 

tion of 
2409 



Hi, 



E from intei'sec- 
Burke and Boston 
Burke 
Luzerne 
Patapsco 
Chesapeake 
Patuxent 
Potomac 

Canton 

Hudson al. (see Rutter al) 
Hudson al, N I'm 116 W First 



2715 
2805 
2909 
3001 
3039 



2400 
2600 
2716 
2824 
,2900 
3016 
3038 



Hudson pi, N from Fourth W 

of Oak 
HuKh, S from Locust W ol 

Union Dock .^ 

Hughes, E from 700 S Charles 
3 6 Charles 

103 104 Light 
203 200 William 
— 300 Johnson 
419 400 Opp Henry 
501 600 Covington 
517 514 
Hughes, W fm 720 S Charles 
1 6 Charles 

103 102 Hanover 
121 136 Sharp 
Hughes ct, N from 130 W 

Hughes 
Hughes Quay, intersection 

Light-st whf and Lee 
Hull, f m Fort av E of Haubert 
1113 1112 Nicholson 

1208 Marriott 

1226 Cuba 

1301 1300 Beason 
1401 1400 Clement 
1459 1452 Fort av 
Hull al, E from 319 Forrest 
Hullville, S side B & O R R 

W of Gwynn's Falls 
Hunter al, N fm 208 E Preston 
Huntingdon av, N from Sixth 

W of Oak, see also Sixth N 
Hurley al, S from Frederick 

av opp Mt Olivet Cemetery 
Hyde ct, S from 107 S Hughes 

ICJEtAND AL, (see Bislen and 
Elbow la 

Independence, N fm Friend- 
ship W of Montebello av 

Ingomar, N from Franklin W 
of Pawnee 

Inloes al, W from 404 Park av 
Iron al, (L Broadway) N fm 1684 

E Lombard 
Irvine pi, see Regester from 

Baltimore to Fayette 
Irving, W from Calhoun S of 

Mc Henry 
Irvington (village), Frederick 

rd near Loudon Park Ceme- 

tery 
Ivy al, W fm 320 Park av 



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JACKSON, E fm Aisquith N 
of Fayette 
1-^03 1:300 
l:i49 1246 
Jackson, S from West E of 

Covington 
Jackson, W fm 330 Harford rd 
Jackson al, E fm 17 S Spring- 
Jackson ct, W from Fremont 

av N of Lexington 
Jackson ct, E fm 413 S Diu'ham 
Jackson pi, N fm Fairmount 
av' E of Broadway. For 
Nos see Regester from 
Fairmount av to Fayette 
Jackson sq, E of Broadway 
between Fayette and lair- 
mount av 
James, S from Cross W of 

Washington 
James al, S fm Hamburg E of 

Charles 
Jasper, N from Lexington W 
of Eutaw 
203 -ZOi Lexington 
318 Saratoga 
Mulberry 
Franklin 
New 

Druid Hillav 
fm 629 Jasper 
from Aisquith N 



413 

505 
603 
639 



503 
600 
646 
Jasper ct, E 
Jelferson, E 
of Ori ans 



K03 
1219 
1803 
1401 
1423 
1508 
1613 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2003 
2015 
2101 
2225 
228T 



1202 
l;i22 
1802 
1400 
1424 
1500 
16U2 



1904 
2002 
2018 
2102 
2224 
i'300 

2400 

2424 

Jefferson av, 

rd S of UoiSdcli 



Aisquith 

Short 

Central av 

Eden 

Spring 

Caroline 

Bond 

Bi-oadway 

Ann 

Wolfe 

Washington 

Castle 

Chester 

CoUington av 

Patter»on-pk av 

Burke 

Casuion 

E fm Old York 
av 



Jeflferson-St ct, N from Jef- 
ferson E of Aisquith 
Jenkins al, N from Blddle bet 
Park av and Bolton 

920 Camel al 

1003 Preston 

Hoffman 

Dolphin 

La n vale 

N E f m North av 



1102 

1184 

1200 

la. 



1203 


1202 


1303 


1802 




1418 


1503 


1500 


1001 


1600 


1623 


1700 




1720 



1201 
1209 
Jenkins 

E of York rd 
Jeplison, AV from Covington 

S of Donaldson 
Jew al, S fm 411 W Lexington 
John, N from Dolphin W of 
Mt Uoyal av 

Dolphin 
Lanvale 
Townsend 
Mosher 
McMechea 
Wilson 
North av 
John al, N f m 320 W Franklin 
John ct, W from John N of 

Dolphin 
Johnson, S fm Water line ft 

[of York 
Hughes 
Montgomery 
Warren av 
Hamburg 
Grindall 
Cross 
West 
Clement 
Fort a\' 
Handidl 
Heath 
Barney 

Johnson sq, bounded by Home- 
wood av, Valley, Chase and 
Biddle 
Jones, S fm Cox E of Reese 
Jones ct, S f m 2007 Bohemia ct 
Joppa la, W f m 608 N Broadway 
Jordan al, N from 312 W Biddle 
905 904 



1101 
1203 
1409 
1427 



610 
700 



1000 
1018 
1100 
1200 
1410 
1500 

1718 
1740 



Jefferson ot, fm Jefferson E of 

Short 
Jefferson pi, N fm 17 W Second 



1117 



1012 



Dolphin 



Jordan al ct, rear 921 Jordan al 
Josephine, W from 235 N Arch 
. .631 630 Arch 

705 702 Pine 

713 710 Myrtle av 



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Josepliine ct, sec JosepliiiiG 

from Fine to Myrtle av 
Joyce's ct, S from iJover W of 
' Howard 

KAPKAUN, W fiu Stafford 
E of Frederick av 
Kate av, W f m Park Heights av 
Kaufman, S from B & P R R 

W of Calverton rd 
Kaufman al, W from 1133 S 

Charles 
Kelso, W from Marshall av S 

of Cromwell 
Kennedy la, E from York rd 

opp Third 
Kensett, E from Mary N of 

Retreat 
Kent, from James S of Manokin 
Kent al, N from Bayard ct E of 

Spring 
Keppler ct, E from Mount S of 

Foreman ct 
Kernan ct, rear 823 Ensor 
Keyser, E fra 1411 N Washington 
2003 2002 
2043 2038 
Kimmell al, N from 312 W Lex 

ingtou 
King, W from 112 S Howard 



l,afiiycttc av, W from Fremont 

N of) Townsfnid 



■303 


304 Howard 


403 


406 Eutaw 


409 


— Tracy ct 


501 


504 Paca 


621 


— Greene 


729 


720 Penn 


743 


— Fremont av 


King, 


E from Remington av 



' N 
of William 
King ct, S fm King W of Eutaw 
Kirby la, N from Franklin W of 

[Fulton av 
Kirk al, N from 556 W Hoffman 
Knox al, N from Lexington W 
[of Fremont av 
Knox ct, N from 400 E Clement 
Konig, Clifton 

Kossutli, E fm 259 Old Fdk rd 
Krolimuller ct, rear 930 S 

Charles 

Kuper pi, W from Wood year S 

of Pratt 

1301 1300 

1313 1313 

LAt, fm Frederick S of Lorn 
bard 



1(X)1 1002 Fiemout av 

1 100 Arlington av 

1203 1218 Carrolltonav 
1313 J 300 Care.N^ 
1401 1402 Calhoun 
Vm 1502 Strieker 
1613 1();J4 (Jilmor 
1701 1700 Mount 
1723 1724 Fiilt(.uav 
L-afayette sq, bounded by Cax'- 
rollton av, Lauvalo, l^afay- 
etleav and y\rlingtoniiv 
Lake, W of Oak N of Hunting 

don av 
Laiubert, E from Penna av N 
N of Dolphin 
521 520 
530 543 
Lancaster, E f rom Jones' Falls 
S of Aliceanna 

1316 Central av 

Eden 
Caroline 
Bond 

Broadway 
Aon 
Wolfe 
Burke 
Cannon 
Luzerne 
Patapsco 
Chesapeake 
Patuxent 
Potomac 
Canton 
Laudwelir la, N from Freder- 
ick av W of Bentalou 
Lanvale, E from 1700 N Charles 

— 18 Charles 

— — St Paul 

— — Calvert 
North 
Barclay 
Greenm't av 
Ensor 
Holbrook 
Aisquith 
Aiken 
Eden 

Lanvale, W from 1700 N Charles 

— 10 Charles 
103 116 Mt Royal av 
201 204 Parkav 



1509 
160;3 
1703 
1805 



3519 

3721 

2931 
3001 
3021 



1516 

1603 
1702 
1802 

3400 
3500 



2820 



311 

401 


302 
400 


1203 
1205 


1118 

1320 
1324 




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801 

407 

tm 

603 
731 

1001 
1101 
1203 
1303 
1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
X1739 



300 Linden ay 
— Madison av 
520 Druid Hill av 
602 Penna av 
700 Myrtle av 
1002 Fremont av 
-: — Arlington av 

CarroUton av 

Carey 

Calhoun 

Strieker 

Gilmor 

Mount 

Fulton av 



200 



402 
500 
600 



1214 

1302 

1400 

1500 

•1600 

1702 

y*1730 

A.arew al, see Tyson 

Latrobe, N from Federal E of 

1531 ■ [Guilford av 

1603 1600 Federal 
1625 1700 Lanvale 

1718 Townsend 

Laurel, fm Aisquith N of Balto 
1101 1104 
1103 1138 
I^aurens, W 
Wilson 



from Park av N of 



219 



419 
517 
543 



210 
302 
402 
502 
602 
632 



Park av 

Linden av 

Madison av 

Druid Hill av 

Penna av 

Fremont av 
Lawrence, from Clement W of 

Bur rough 
Lawson al, see Hartway al 
L.eadenliall, S from Montgom 
ery W of Hanover 
803 800 Montgomery 
901 900 Henrietta 

Hamburg 

Cross 

West 

Stockholm 

Ostend 

Bandall 

Heath 

ct, E from 911 



1001 
1103 
1203 



1000 
1102 



1429 

1600 

1630 



L.eadenliall 

Leadenhall 
I^eakin, N from Boston E of 

Gwynne 

liee, E from 600 S Charles 

1 6 Charles 

45 34 Light 

liCe, W from 600 S Charles 

1 ' 2 Charles 

103 102 Hanover 



Sharp 

Howard 

Eutaw 

China al L Greene 

Warner 

fi'remont av 
, S from 1309 E 



203 
301 
403 
501 
601 
861 
Lie em nil er 
Lombard 
Leflerniaii al, from 155 N Front 
LeflFeruian ct, rear 846 N Front 
Lehiuau, (see Peddicord la) 
Lehrman al, W from 238 N 

Arlington av 
Leloup, W from William S of 

Clement 
Lemmon, W f rom Fremont av 
N of Pratt 

811 820 Fremont av 
906 902 Poppleton 
— — Schroeder 
1303 1302 Carey 
1403 1404 Calhoun 
1503 1514 Strieker 
1605 1602 Gilmor 
1703 1702 Mount 

1821 Fulton av 

1903 1902 Monroe 
1941 2014 Paysou 

2018 Pulaski 

al, see Lemmon 

ct, E from 103 Addl- 



Leixiiuon 
Lenimon 

son al 

Lennox, W fm 19 Mt Royal tr 
Lester ct, N from 414 Wayne 
Lewis, N from 1328 Holland 

201 204 Holland 

313 300 Mullikln 

401 400 Orleans 

419 426 Jefferson 
Lexington, E f m 201 N Charles 



100 
200 
300 
316 



Charles 
St Paul 
Calvert 
North 
Holliday 



Lexington, W f m 200 N Charles 



1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 



2 

100 
200 
300 
400 
500 
600 
700 
724 



Charles 

Liberty 

Park av 

Howard 

Eutaw 

Paca 

Greene 

Pine 

Myrtle ave 



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No. 214 Commerce Street. 



801 


800 


901 


900 


1001 


1000 


1101 






1100 


1201 


1200 




1300 


1405 


1416 


1501 


1500 


1601 


1606 


1701 


1700 


1801 




2037 


2024 




2102 




2104 



Fremont av 
Poppleton 
Schroeder 
Carlton, 
(Arlington av) 
Cari'ollton av 
Carey 
Calhoun 
Strieker 
Gilmor 
Mount 
Fulton av 
Monroe 
Payson 
Pulaski 
Smallwood 
Liiberty, N f m 200 W Baltimore 
1 2 Baltimore 

103 102 Fayette 
201 200 Lexington 
233 226 Saratoga 
Liberty, S fm 200 W Baltimore 
5 2 Baltimore 

lOl 32 Lombard 

117 King 

Liiberty, N from Madison W 

of Independence 
Liberty al, N fm 607 Buren 
Liberty ct, W f ra 122 N Liberty 
Liberty rd, W from Fulton av 

N of Presstman 
Light, S fm 100 E Baltimore 



1 


2 


Baltimore 


101 


100 


Lombard 


^ 

5 


200 


Pratt 


300 


Camden 


414 


Conway 


(B 


500 


Barre 


m 


612 


Lee 


701 


700 


Hughes (Hill) 


801 


800 


Montgomery, 


903 




Warren av 




900 


Henrietta 


1001 


1000 


Hamburg 


1101 


1100 


Cross 


1125 




Weber 


1201 


1200 


West 


1301 


1300 


Ostend 


1409 


1400 


Gittinga 


1501 


1.500 


Fort av 


1601 


1600 


Kandall 


1701 


1700 


Heath 


1801 


1800 


Barney 


1921 


1900 


Wells 


1939 


1920 


Winder 



Light al, B from Light S of 

Baltimore 
Liglit-St Wharf, see Light f m 

Pi-att to Lee 
Linden, from Huntingdon av 

N of Sixth 
Linden av, N from Biddle E 
of Eutaw, see also Garden 
fm Ross to Biddle 
905 904 Biddle 
1001 1000 Preston 
1103 1100 Hoffman 
1205 1200 Dolphin 
1301 1302 Lanvale 
1401 1400 Townsend 
1501 1506 Mosher 
1601 1600 McMechen 

Wilson 

1801 1800 Laurens 
1901 1924 Robert 
1927 1938 Presstman 

North av 

Linden pi, Wolfe fm Jeffer- 
son to Monument 

Linden la, N from Third av N of 
Falls rd 

Linden pi, Wolfe fm McElder- 
ry to Jefferson 

Little al, S fm 403 Dover 

Little Broadway, N fm 1634 E 
Lombard 

Little Burke, E from Brad- 
ford al N of Jefferson 

Little Church, E from 816 S 

Little Church, W from 816 S 

0bl&I*lG8 

Little Constitution, N from 
Truxton E of Buren see Con- 
stitution 

Little Courtland, from Ham- 
ilton E of St Paul 

Little Cumberland, S W from 
Carey N of Baker 

Little Gou«:h, from Granby E 
of Exeter 

Little Greene, see Greene fm 
Columbia av 

Little Hughes, W from Light 
!^ of Hill, see Hughes 

Little McElderry, see McEl 
derrv from Forrest to Ais- 
quitn ^ 

Little Mclillderry ct, S from 
1809 McElderry 



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Little Jlout-iomery, see Mont- 
gomery W from Eutaw 
I-ilttle Monument, N W Irora 
Eutav/ N (;t Diuid Hill av 
■103 414 Entaw 
707 706 St Mary 
804 Oichard 
825 814 Biddle 
liittle Paca, S from 401 S Paca 
601 60^ 
615 614 

tiittle Parkin, see Archer 
Little Pine. N fm 634 W Biddle 
Little Sterrett, S from Ham 

burg W of Paca 
Little Vine, see Vine W from 

bchroeder 
Little Walsh, N from B & P R R 

^V of Penna av 
Little Wilson, W fm rear 1104 N 

Fremont av 
Lloyd, S from 1101 E Baltimore 
1 < 26 Baltimore 

41 34 Lombard 

Locust, from Union Dock S of 

Cliesuut ct 
Lombard, E from 100 S Charles 
3 4 Charles 
103 103 Light 
203 2(K) Calvert 
301 30^> South 
'^i Commei'ce 



509 
601 
701 
835 

911 
1001 
1101 
1301 
1425 
1501 
1605 
1703 
1801 
1913 
2001 
2101 
2201 

#Vrvf« J. 



400 Holliday 

502 Gay 

600 Frederic li 

700 Centre-mkt space 

— East Falls av 

800 Front 

904 High 

1000 Exeter 

1102 Lloyd 

Central av 

1400 Eden 



1502 Caroline 

1604 Bond 

1704 Broadway 

180r3 Ann 

1924 Wolfe 

2000 Washington 

2102 Chester 

2200 Collington av 

2228 Patterson-pk av 

Lombard, W from 100 S Charles 

3 4 Charles 

101 100 Hanover 



201 


200 


Sharp 


301 


300 


Howard 


403 


400 


Eutaw 


501 




Paoa 


(ill 


602 


Greene 


701 


TOO 


Peun 


801 


800 


FremoHt av 


903 


900 


Poppletoii 
Scuroeder 


1003 


lOUO 


11('3 


IIUO 


Arlington av 


l::ill 


1200 


Carrollton av 


1301 


1300 


Carey 


1409 


1400 


Calhonn 


1501 




Strieker 


1603 




Gilmor 


1703 


1700 


Mount 


1809 


1802 


Fulton av 


1903 


1900 


Monroe 


1943 


1918 


Payson 


Loney' 


s la. 


N from Monument 


E of (Jannon 


Lorman, W from 1400 N Gilmor 


1603 





Gilmor 


1703 


1702 


Mount 


1803 


1804 


Fulton av 


1901 




Monroe 


1915 




Payson 


Lorman al, 


S from German W 


of Greene 


s 


London av, 


W from Millinff- 


ton av S of Frederick av 


Lovejfrove 


al, N from Pleas- 


ant W of St. Paul 


LoAv,NEfm Jones'Falls E.of Gay 


801 


808 


Front 


903 


920 


High 


1001 


1002 


Exeter 


1103 


1102 


Forrest 


1169 


1166 


Aisquith 


Lowman, S from Cox E of Jones 


Loyola 


Pl, 


E side Calvert bet 


Monument and Madison 


Ludlow, S 


from Beason E of 


Lawrence 





Lumber al, from Bowly S of 

Pratt 

Lutherville, (village) 9 miles 
on N C R R 

Luzerne, N from McElderry B 
of Patterson Park av 

636 McElderry 

Monument 

1400 Hoffman 

1418 Oliver 




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L.uzerue, S from Eastern av E 
o5 Cannon 

601 600 Canton av 

701 706 Aliceanna 

743 TSi Lancaster 

— — • Hudson 
^^JTcALEEK CT,see Calvei't al 

McAllister ct, (Collison ct), E 
from Stirling W of Chew 

McCabe ct, rear 119 E West 

McClellan, N from 100 W Bal- 
timore 

McComiis, W from Webster S of 
Winder 

McCulloli, N fra433 W Biddle 



903 903 Biddle 
lOOo 1000 Preston 
1103 UOO Hoffman 
1201 1300 Dolphin 
1303 1303 Lanvale 
1401 1400 Townsend 

1507 Mosher 

1607 1003 McMechen 
1701 1700 Wilson 
1803 1800 Laurens 

1901 Robert 

2005 2000 Presstman 

2103 Bloom 

23U0 Gold 

3334 North av 

McCulloli al, W from Orchard 

S of Madison 
McDerinot ct, rear 1133 E Lom- 
bard 
McDonald ct, E fm 341 Forrest 
McI>ouogli, N from Madison E 
of Broadway 
803 803 Madison 
Chew 
Eager 
Chase 
Biddle 
E from 
Forrest 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Bond 
Broadway 
Johns Hopkins 

[Hospital 
Wolfe 
Washington 



2103 3133 Chester 
3301 3200 Collingtonav 
3309 3334 Patts'n-pk av • 
3345 2340 Burke 
McElderry ct, N from McEl- 
derry bet Central av and 
Eden _, 

McElderry's whf, S trom E 
side of Centre Market sp 
201 -- — Pratt 

301 Bowly 

343 the Basin 

McHenry, W from Fremont av 
S of Dover 

701 700 Fremont av 
801 800 Scott 
901 — Poppleton 

1300 B&ORR 

Carey 



903 903 

1003 1003 

1105 1103 

1133 1134 
McElderry, 

1103 1108 

1305 1303 

1305 1304 

1401 1404 

1513 1500 

1603 1603 



Forrest N 
[of Low 



1905 
2019 



1900 



1417 1400 Calhoun 
1503 1500 ^Strieker 
1603 1600 Gilmor 
1701 1716 Mount 
1801 1803 >Fultonav 
1903 1910 Moni'oe 
2001 Payson 

Pulaski 

3331 2340 Smallwood 
3239 3343 City Limits 

McKlm, N from 608 E Madison 

803 830 Madison 

909 900 Neighbor 
1013 1014 Eager 
1035 1108 Chase 

1300 Biddle 

1316 Preston 

McMechen, W from Mt Royal 
av N of Mosher 
111 108 Mt Royal av 
306 Park av 
— Linden av 
404 Madison av 
503 502 Druid Hill av 
547 558 Penna av 
Maccubbin, E from Regester 

N of Orleans 
Madeira al, N from Fairmount 
av E of Collington av 
113 118 Fairmount av 
— 304 Fayette 
403 — Orleans 
503 518 Jefferson 
605 614 McElderry 
615 638 Monument 




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303 
403 
505 
519 
Madeira 



20 
113 
202 
302 
404 
504 
520 

ct, 



Boyer 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Gough 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
W from 



1703 
1801 



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1800 
1912 
2000 
2100 
2128 



2001 
2105 
2133 
Madison ct, Elm 



Wilson 
Laurens 
Robert 
Presstman " 
Bloom 
North av 

U9 Madison al 



310 S 



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501 

603 

806 

908 

1001 

1101 

1207 

1303 

1408 

1501 

1601 

1703 

1801 

2026 



Madeira al 
Madison, E from 800 N Charles 
4 Charles 
St Paul 
Calvert 
North 
Buren 

Constitution 
Forrest 
Greenm't av 
Harford av 
Ensor 
Stirling 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Bond 
Broadway 
Ann 
Wolfe 
Washington 

Chester 

Madi8«n, W from 800 N Charles 

— 2 Charles 

— 106 Cathedral 
201 310 Parkav 
303 300 Howard 
339 318 Eutaw 

Madison, from Montebello av 

S of Gorsuch av 
Madison al, W from Gay N of 

Monviment 
Madison av, N 



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330 



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1100 
1202 
1300 
1402 
1500 
1602 
1703 
1800 

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3040 



, „<-^^VJ ^^y to 713 E\ en 724 to 734 
Madison sq, bounded bv Chase, 

Caroline, Eayor and 'Eden 
Maempel la, W from 6 Gar 

rison la 
Maiden Choice id, from Fred- 
erick a\ at n & P li It 
Maldeis, N from Cross \V of Paca 
Maugoed, E from tooott S of 

St Peter 
Mankiu, see Second (N) 
Mann ct, rear 419 S Sharp 
Manokin, from James S of 

Putnam 
Maple av, W of Pa av N of 

Augusta av 
Marion, W from 116 N Liberty 
fliarriott, E from Jones S of 

Nicholson 
Marriott, E f rom Millingtonav 

Sof Frederick av 
Marshall, S f m West W of Light 
1527 1500 Fortav 
KWl 1600 Kandall 
1621 1620 Heath 
Marshall av, continuation of 
Light from Winder 
Even 2000 to 2038 
Martin, S from Beason E of 

Benjamin 
Mary, N from Retreat E of 

Penna av 
Mary Anna,W from 346 S Payson 

Even 2000 to 2012 
Maryland av, N fm 26 W Chase 



701 
801 
901 
1011 
1101 
1213 
1301 
1401 
1503 
1603 



- , -. W from inter 
section of Eutaw & Madison 



700 
800 
900 
1002 
1100 
1200 
1300 
1402 
1500 
1600 



Madison 

Orchard 

Biddle 

Preston 

Hoffman 

Dolphin 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

Mosher 

McMechen 



1100 
1226 



1101 
1203 
1301 

1415 

1529 1510 



1701 
1801 
1823 
1901 
3001 
3101 
2201 



1724 
1800 
1818 
1902 
2002 
2102 
3202 



Chase 

Biddle 

Preston 

Hoffman 

Oliver 

Federal 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

North av 

North av 

First 

Second 

Third 



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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
No. 214 Commerce Street. 



Mouuionier ct, E from Wash- 
ington S of Eastern av 
Monroe, N fm 1900 W Balto 
Monroe, S fm 1900 W Balto 
51 — Baltimore 
103 100 Lombard 
2m 202 Pratt 
301 300 McHenry 
491 408 Ramsay 
517 — Cole 
533 418 Wilkens av 
Montebello av, E from Ken- 
nedy la nr York rd 



Mason al, from 309 Camel al 
Mattliews av, Frisby ext 
May, B from 207 N^eutral av 

1801 1303 Central av 

1408 1403 Edeu 

1417 1416 Spring 
May 8t ct, E from Spring N of 

May 
Mayer al, E from 765 S Carolme 
Mechanics ct, S W from 416 

N High 
Melrose av, see Bftrranger and 

Mitchell eta , „ ^„, 

Melville av, E from Old York Montgomery,Bfm 800 SCharlea 

rd N of Homestead 1 2 Charles 

Mercer, W from 36 S Calvert 103 

101 100 208 

131 113 3S9 

Merryman la, W fxoaa ¥*rk rd 

N of Wa\erly av 
Meyd ct, N from 8 E Hughes 
Meyer ct, S from Conway W of 

Charles 
Miles ct, N from L Monument 

W of Eutaw 
Mill, S from Pratt W of CoHcerd 
— 200 Pratt 
301 300 Bowly 
517 500 Eastern av 
529 518 
Miller, E from 823 N B«Hd 
1603 1603 Bond 
to to 



2 

103 
300 

501 
539 



Charles 

Light 

William 

Johnson 

Covington 

The Basin 



Montg©mery,Wf m 800 SCharles 

Charles 
Hanover 
Sharp 
Howard 
Eutaw 
China al 
Warner 
Fremont av 

Strieker 



3 

108 
308 
303 

609 
621 
633 



4 
103 

300 

503 



1643 1640 Broadway 
Miller al, E from Clinton N of 

Lancaster 
Milliman, from 715 N Caroline 

1503 1500 Caroline 

1601 1600 Bond 

1700 Broadway 

1649 



Montrose, W fm 14 N 
1503 1504 Strieker 
1535 1533 

MonwiHent, 



1710 



Millington av, S from Fx-ed- 

erick av E of Toll Gate 
Millington, (village), Fdk rd 
Milton pi, George from Fre- 
mont av to Arlington av 
901 900 Fremont av 
1001 1000 Schroeder 
1029 1038 Arlington av 
Minces al, see Hall al 
Minebank la, from Belair av 

nr North av 
Moale, W from Johnson S of 
Jephson 



31 



403 
501 



939 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1303 
1401 
1501 
1601 



1901 
3025 

2203 



10 
104 



400 
500 

700 
900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1302 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1702 
1802 
1900 
2012 
3103 
3218 



Gilmor 

E f m 700 N Charles 
Charles 
St Paul 
Calvert 
North 
Buren 

Constitution 
Forrest 
Geeenm't av 
Harford av 
Ensor 
Stirling 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Bond 
Broadway- 
Ann 
Wolfe 

Washington 
Chester 
CoUington av 



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2321 
2443 
2639 



2244 



Patters^n-pk av 

Burke 

Caunou 

Luzerne 

Patapsco 

Chesapeake 

Patuxent 

Potomac 

CantOD 

Loneys lane 

Monument.W fm 700 N Oharles 
1 3 Charles 

Cathedral 
Park av 
Howard 
Eutaw 
ct, N from 1012 E 



2833 
2901 
3001 
3149 



104 
202 
304 



101 
201 
303 

321 
Monument 

Monument 
Monument sq, Calvert bet 

Lexinyton and Fayette 
Moore al, S fm Madison av W 

of Orchard 
Morley, E f m 213 Old Fdk rd 
Morlinjf av, Hampdeu 
Morris al, Nfm 350 \V Biddle 
Morris av, N fm Pa av ext N W 

of Clifton 
Morris ct, S from Morris al N 

of Biddle 
Morrow ct , S fm 137 w Tork 
Morton al, N fm 13 w Madison 
Mosber, from Cathedral N of 
Townseiid 

118 Cathedral 
Park av 
Linden av 
Moidison av 
Druid Hill av 
Peuna av 
Myi-tie a V 
Fremont av 
Ariing-ton av 
Carrollton av 
Carey 
Calhoun 
Strieker 
Grilmor 
Mount 
Fulton av 



205 

408 
501 

605 

703 

803 

937 

1001 

1101 

1301 

1401 

1503 

1601 

1631 



204 Lexington 

300 Saratoga 

400 Mulberry 

513 Franklin 

603 Edmondson av 

704 Harlem av 

803 Lanvale 

903 Lafayette av 

1000 Mosher 

1100 Tenant 

1303 Patterson av 

1400 Lorman 

1500 Presstmau 

-;;— Baker 

1704 Presbury 

1706 Northwest 



303 
303 

503 
609 
701 



308 



504 
606 
703 
1003 
1103 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1503 
1«30 
1703 
1716 



1103 

1303 

1311 

1401 

1503 

1631 

1703 

1717 

Mott, N W fm 514 n Gay 
Mott-st ct, (see Flatiron al) 
Mount, Friendship 
Mount, N fm 1700 W Baltimore 
5 4 Baltimore 

103 100 Fayette 



Mount, S fm 1700 W Baltimore 

— 18 Baltimore 

— 100 Lombard 
205 238 Pratt 
3^1 304 McHenry 
433 338 Bamsav 

538 — Cole 

539 — B & O R R 
Mount ct, W from Mount N of 

Lafayette av 
Mt Olivet la, N from Frederick 

av Wof MtOliretCenuHerv 
Mt Koyal av, N W from inter- 

sechon of Cathedral and 

Dolphin 
Mt Koyal Hill, N from North 

av W of N C R R 
Mt Koyal tr, N from North av 

W of Mt Royal Reservoir 
Mt Vernon, N f m 730 First av, 

Hampden 
Mt Vernon Mills, (village) 2^ 

miles on Falls road 
^^ Sy^'^^on pi, Monument fm 

bt Paul to Cathedral, for Nos 

see Monument st 
Mt Vernon sqs, on Monument 

from St Paul to C^ithedral 

and on Cliarles from Centre 

to Madison 
Mt Washington, (village) six 

miles on N C R R 
Mt Winaus, (village) on 13 & O 

R R near Gwynn's Falls 
Moyer, E f m Chester N of Balto 
2101 2100 Chester 
3233 3130.ZDuncan al 
Mulberry, E fm 400 N Charles 

5 Charles 



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Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 



r^'^JvneiL^ jcwu j jta) 



101 loe St Paul 
115 n;i Culvert 
fllulbPi-ry, W lin 400 N Charles 



5 


— 


(Umrles 


105 


108 


Catiiedral 


201 


200 


Park av 


305 


3oa 


Howard 


403 


404 


Eutaw 


503 


500 


Paca 


605 


604 


Greene (Pearl) 


701 


702 


Myrtle av 


805 


802 


Fremont av 


903 


900 


Poppleton 


1005 


— — 


Scliroeder 


1101 


1124 


Arlington av 




1204 


Carrolltonav 


1305 


1304 


Carey 


1413 


1406 


Calhoun 


1503 


1510 


Strieker 


1601 


1602 


Gilmor 


1711 


1632 


Mount 


1S03 


1712 


Fulton av 


1811 




Monroe 


Mulberry al, N liom Raboi'g 


W of Mulberry 


lVEull)eiry cfc 


, f ru Rock N of Lex 


in^aou 




Muilik 


in,E 


fm 231 Ais^uith 


I'JOo 




Aisciuith 





1304 


Central av 


1403 


1102 


Eden 


1501 


1502 


Caroline 


1005 


lOLHJ 


Bond 


1703 


1702 


Broadway 


1701 


1752 


Ann 


Mullik 


in al 


, E f m 223 Lewis 


Mullik 


in ct 


t, N from rear 21 



1533 1506 Fremont av 
Myrtle av, W f m Fulton av N of 
North av 
AL, see North al 



N 



N Caioline 
Myers et, (see Bellhouse al) 
Myrtle, N from Franklin 

of Gwynu's Falls 
Myrtle av, N from Lexington 

\V of Pine 



E 



205 
oftS 
407 
505 
901 
1001 
1107 

1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 



202 
304 
400 
502 



1100 

1302 
1404 
1500 



Lexington 

Saratoga 

Mulberry 

Franklin 

George 

Greenwillow 

HoflEmau 

Harlem av 

Dolphin 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

Mosher 



Nantieoke, S from Cross W of 

Hamburg 
1101 1116 Cross 
1173 1186 Stockholm 
Napoleon al,W from 2 S Eutaw 
Neale, S from Marriott E of 

Harper 
Nece.ssity al, E fm 129 N High 
Neighbor, from McKim N of 

Wlilov.f 
801 800 ^ 

839 838 
Nelson ct, fm 913 S Caroline 
Nevo al, see Jew al 
New, W fm Eutaw N of Franklin 
Newington iil, N from Wind- 
sor av W of Strieker 
Newman ct, E from 37 Dew- 
berry al 
Nieliolson, E from S Side Basin 

S of Cox 

1401 Decatur 

1517 Hull 

1535 Towson 

Ninth, N and S from First av 

E of Eaghth 
Ninth (N) E and W fm Charles 

St av N of Eighth 
Ninth (W), N and S fm Baltimore 

W of Eighth 
Nineteenth (AV), N and S from 

Baltimore W of Eighteenth 
Ninth av, E of East av S of 

Eighth 
Norman ct, rear S12N Strieker 
Norris al, N from Baltimore W 

of Calhoun 
Norris al, S from Hollins W of 

Calhoun 
North, from Merryman la W 

of York rd 
North, N f m 300 E Baltimore 



201 
301 
401 

601 



2 
110 
200 
300 
400 
500 



Baltimore 

Fayette 

Lexington 

Saratoga 

Foundry 

Franklin 

Centre 

Monument 



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1001 
1236 

1533 

1701 
1801 
1835 
1901 
3001 
3101 
2301 

North 

1 
143 
3J9 
301 
419 

1001 
1351 

2333 
3^349 

No rill 
1 
107 



1304 



1718 
1803 

1903 
3003 
3103 



Eager 

Biddle 

Preston 

Oliver 

Federal 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

North av 

North av 

First 

Second 

Third 



av,E fra 1830 N Charles 

Charles 

- St Paul 

Calvert 

North 

Barclay 

Greenm't av 

Ensor 

Aisquith 

Hope 

Gay 

Mine Bank la 



1116 
1333 
1403 
1503 

3504 
2536 

av, W 

3 
103 
300 



315 




413 




531 




eoi 


600 


709 


700 


80S 




906 


539 


1009 


633 


1011 


819 




9] 5 




1011 




1031 



O'DonneU, E from Boeton yt 

of Patapsco 



2801 
3901 
3001 
3101 



3700 
2808 
3900 
3048 



fra 1830 N Charles 
Charles 
Maryland av 
Oak 

Cathedral 
McMechen 
Mt Koyal av 
John 
Parlv av 
Bolton 
Linden av 
Entaw pi 
Madison av 
Dniid Hill av 
Division 
Penna av 

Northwest, from Calhoun N 
of Presbiiry 

Norveood rt (or Willow ct), 
from Sai'ah Ann bet Fre- 
mont and Myrtle av 

Namsen al, from Druid Hill 
avN of Bjddie 



Patapsco 

Chesapeake 

Patuxent 

Potomac 

Canton 

East av 

O'Donnell ct, (see Healey ct) 
O'Donnell's wharf, S from 
Gay at Frederick 

301 

329 

Oehrl ct, rear 1631 Penna av 
Ogston, N from Mulberry W 
of Myrtle av 
401 403 Mulberry 
501 500 Franklin 
509 513 George 
Ohio av, S from Lee W of 
Hanover 

1047 Cross 

1204 West 
1334 Stockholm 
Old Frederick rd, N W f m Fdk 

rd at B & P R K crossing 
Olive, S fm Cross E of Hanover 



1001 
1107 



1003 
1106 



N of Cross 
Cross 
West 
Clement 
Fort av 
Randall 
from Peach al S of 
Stockholm 137 to 147 
Oliver. E from Jones 



1410 
1534 

1538 

Olive ct, E 



1401 
1439 



Falls 



N of Hoflfman 



o 



AL,, see Shad al 



Oak, N from North av, W of 

Md av 
Oak av, E from old York rd N 

of Parkwyrth av 



431 408 Barclay 
1341 — Aisquith 

1404 Eden 

3000 Washington 

3301 Collingtonav 

3531 3530 Cannon 

3539 3538 Luzerne 
Oliver, W from Jones Falls N 

of Hoflfman 

31 2 

53 66 

Opel la, E fm 305 Stafford 
Orange al, E fra 301 N Holliday 
Orangeville, Philadelphia road 

near City liraits 
Orchard, W from Madison av 

N of St Mary 
411 402 Madison av 



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best manner by The National 

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Baltimore and North Streets. 



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MANUFACTDRING COMPANY 
Ko, 214 Commerce Street. 



601 


503 Druid Hill av 


501 


500 


Little Green* 


595 


568 Penna av 


603 


600 


Warner 


Orchar 


d-st ct, (also Cullison ct) 


ms 


803 


Fremont av 


Sim 595 Orchard 


901 


900 


Barre 


Orleans, E I'm Forrest S oflSLow 


1003 


1002 


Hamburg 


1103 


1100 Forrest 


1103 




Cross 


1203 


\20:i Aisquith 


1139 


1213 


West 


1301 


1300 Central av 




1326 


Stockholm 


1407 


1404 Eden 


Paca ( 


tittle) 


, S E from Paca B 


1501 


1500 Caroline 


of 


Little Greene 


1601 


1600 lioiKl 


601 


603 




1705 


170:3 Broadway 


615 


614 




1801 


1800 Ann 


Paca 


al, W f 


m 206 N Paca 


1901 


1900 Wolfe 


l»aca 


(;t, E fm Paca S of Cross 


3001 


2000 Washington 


Paca ct, fm 1104 Burgundy al 


2105 


2100 Chester 


Paca 


pl, E fr 


om 503 N Paca 


3107 


2113 CoUingtonav 


Pase 


al, W f 


m 38 N Amity 


Ostend, 


E f m Charles S of West 


Painter ct, S fm 1011 E Fayette 


103 


8 Light 


Paradise la 


, N W from York 


113 


120 William 


rd N of Camp 


Ostend 


, Wfm Charles S of West 


Parki 


St, fm 120 Harford rd 


17 


— Charles 


Park 


av, Nl 


rom 200 W Fayette 


901 


— Howard 


103 


104 


Fayette 


403 


— Eutaw 


201 


200 


Lexington 


521 


— Warner 


317 


300 


Saratoga 




600 Russell 


405 


400 


Mulberry 




703 Ridgely 


507 


500 


Franklin 




724 Scott 


601 


604 


Centre 


Otterbein, see Dawson al 


709 


703 


Monument 


Oweus 


ct, N f m 1634 Jefferson 


801 


808 


Madison 


Oxford 


, (village) three-quarters 


905 


903 


Biddle 


of a 


mile on York rd 


1001 


1000 


Preston 


Oxford 


, from lOlH Druid Hill av 


1101 




Hoffman 


501 


504 Druid Hill av 


1301 


1200 


Dolphin 


595 


592 Penna av 


1301 


1313 


Lanvale 


Oxford 


av, E from York rd N 


1401 


1400 


Townsend 


of Sixth 


1501 


1500 


Mosher 


Oxford 


ct, (see Wilmer al) 


1601 


1600 


Mc Mechen 


Oyster 


ct, S from 39 E Hill 


1701 


1700 


Wilson 


XJACA, N fm 500 W Balto 


1747 


1713 


Laurens 


Jr 3 


8 Baltimore 




1758 


North av 


103 


100 Fayette 


Park 


Heights av, N W f m P» 


201 


200 Lexington 


av 


ext 




307 


308 Saratoga 


Park 


la, from Penna av ext 


403 


400 Mulberry 


nr 


tollgat 


e 


501 


500 Franklin 


Park 


pi. Park av from Mo 




600 New 


Mechen to Tia,urens 


655 


— Druid Hill av 


Park tr, see 


Druid Hill tr 


• Paca, S fm 500 W Baltimore 


Parker ct, W f m 903 N Mount 


3 


2 Baltimore 


1703 to 1706 




101 


102 Lombard 


Parkdale a\ 


^ E Wood berry 


308 


— Pratt 


Park] 


in, S from Hollina W Of 


303 


— Camden 


Fremont 


av 




302 Columbia av 


37 


32 


Hollins 


401 


400 Little Paca 


105 


104 


Lombard 


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201 UJO Pratt 
301 300 McHenry 
347 — llivmsay 

— 510 Columbia av 

— mz St Peter 

— 606 Cross 
Parkwyrtli av. E fra Old York 

rd lnT of Chestnut Hill av 
Parrish N Iroai an alley S 

of Saratoga bet Strieker and 

Gilnior 
201 200 First No 
301 300 Saratoga 

— — Mulberry 
501 500 Franklin 
803 802 Lanvale 
901 — Lafayette av 

Mosher 

Tenant 

Winchester 

Patterson av 

Opp an alley 

Presstman 

from Pratt W of 



lOU 
1103 
1:310 
1308 
1402 
1450 
S 



1211 

1301 

1401 

1461 
Parr is li, 
Strieker 
203 — 
307 302 
403 402 
443 442 



Pratt 
Mc Henry 
Ramsay 
Cole 



Pa tapsco,S fmWest E of Charles 



Ydrt 



1400 



Ostend 

Clement 

Port av 

Randall 

Heath 

Barney 



1603 1600 
1701 1700 

1723 174U 

Patapsoo, S from Eastern av E 
of i;Uzorne 
4119 1102 O'Donuell 
1127 lli2 Boston 
Patai>spo al, S from Henrietta 

W of Light 
Paiapsco av, N fm York W of 
Gil GIO York [Sharp 

7'03 614 Hill 
705 — Montgomery 
Patterson, S f m 409 E Pratt 
2(i3 202 Pratt 
301 800 Cable 
32'r 308 
PattersoQ av, W from 1300 N 
Fremont, av, see also Cooke 
1103 1103 Fremont av 
1201 1200 Stockton 
1301 mm Carey 



1415 1402 Calhoun 
1503 1502 Strieker 
1519 1602 Gilmor 

1702 Mount 

Fulton av 

1908 Monroe 

Payson 

Patterson la, from Jenkins 

la E of Greenmouut av 
Patterson -park, E of Patter- 
son-park av bet Baltimore 
and Eastern av 
Patterson-pk av, N from 2300 
E Baltimore 
23 24 Baltimore 

101 100 Fairmount av 
205 206 Fayette 

— 400 Orleans 
501 500 Jefferson 
619 604 McElderry 
631 612 Monument 

Patterson-pk av, S from 2300 
E Baltimore 

— 2 Baltimore 

— 100 

— 202 

— 314 

— 400 
502 
602 
614 



Lombard 
Pratt 
Gough 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
Essex 

Patuxent, S from Eastern 
E of Chesapeake 



501 
601 
639 



ar 



823 
905 
1011 
1101 
1221 
1243 



Lancaster 

Hudson 

Dillon 

O'Donnell 

Elliott 

Boston 

from Franklin 



1110 
1200 
1214 
Pawnee, N from Franklin W 

of Bentalou 
Payson, S f m 2000 W Baltimore 
59 — Baltimore 
103 102 Lombard 
203 — Pratt 
301 300 McHenry 
401 400 Ramsay 
433 436 Wilkensav 
Peabody, S fm 2011 E Preston 
1201 1200 
1225 1224 
Peabody al, E fm 609 N Charles 
Peach al, S froui Montgomery 

W of Leadenhall 
Pear al, N fm 588 W Biddle 




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' Baltimore and North Streets. 



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MANUFACTURING COfflPANY 
So, 214 Commerce Street. 



r' , 7IF , -r i,.,^l| »_ jt^jBl ^^ .■^w^iw >jiiiti'»i^ - 



Im 620 W Baltimore 

Baltimore 

Fayette 

Lexington 

Saratoga 

Mu]l)erry 

Franklin 

Penna av 
Peail lil, see Pearl 
Pedclicor<l la, W from Milling- 
ton av kS of Frederick av 
Veirce, W fm Pearl N of Mul- 



Pearl, 


i\ 


fm 


3 




4 


101 




100 


203 




202 


305 




300 


403 




400 


4:eT 




502 



bOi 

701 

801 

903 

941 

1621 

1633 

Pen 



602 
702 
800 
902 
938 



Pearl 
Myrtle av 
Ogston 
Poppleton 
So breeder 



[berrj' 



Vincent 

Lucy av, E fm Old York 
Road N of Parkwyrth av 
Penn, S fm German E of Pine 
German 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Portland 

al, W from 319 



6 
106 
206 
212 
(or Pin) 
Arch 
Pennsylvania av, 
intersection^ of 
Fi-auklin 



I 

105 

205 

219 

Penn 

N 



N W from 
Greene and 



501 
601 
70] 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 
1219 
1309 
1401 
1501 
1605 

1705 
1801 

2041 
2101 
2203 
2301 
2421 
2423 



500 



700 

900 

1000 
1100 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1500 

1600 

1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
2428 



Franklin 
St Mary's ct 
St Mary 
George 
Orchard 
Biddle 
Preston 
Greenwillow 
Hoffman 
Dolphin 
Lanvale 
ToAvnsend 
Mosher 
McMechen 
Pitcher 
Wilson 
Laurens, Paterson 
Robert * [av 

Presstman 
Bloom ; Chap- 
Gold [pell 
Baker 

Cumberland 
North av 



Ponsel ct, E from Plum al N 

of Cross 
Pentz al or ct, W fm Wall N of 

Ostend 
Percy, W from York Rd N of 

Third 
Perkins Spring: sq, bonnded by 
Myrtle av, Clinton av and 
Geoi'***e 
Pei-ry, \V fm 304 S Charles 
Petl icoat al,(see Monuaient ct) 
I'liiladelpliiu rd, E Fayette ext 
Pliilpot, from the Basin S of 
Biock 
1313 1316 Central av 
1409 1400 Wills 
1415 1436 Thames 
Philpot al, E fm 703 N Spring 
1420 

1430 

Philpot al, fm 129 L Gough S ot 
1121 1102 [Granby 

1148 

Piedmont av, (see Chesapeake) 
Pii>- al, W f m Charles S of Lee 
Pimlico al, S from L Mont- 
gomery W of Eutaw 
Pimlico (village),three miles oii 

Pimlico av 
Pimlico av, N E from Reis- 

terstown rd 
Pin al, see Penn al 
Pine, Nfm700W Baltimore 
8 Baltimore 
102 Fayette 
202 Lexington 
300 Saratoga 
400 Mulberry 
500 Franklin 
530 George 



3 

101 
205 
303 
401 
505 
519 
Pi-ie, 
13 



S fm 700 W Baltimore 
8 
12 



Pinkney pi, Wfm Greenmount 

av N ot Federal 

401 400 Barclay 

459 458 Greenm't av 
Pitclier,W fm 1600 Penna av 

623 602 Penna av 

629 662 Fremont av 
Pleasant, E fm 333 N Charles 
3 6 Charles 

103 100 St Paul 

207 212 Calvert 

303 302 North 



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309 306 Jones Falls 
Pleasant al, E fm 421 8 Chapel 
Pleasant la, fm330 N Charles 

115 114 Cathedral 

— 130 Park ave 
Plover al, fm Hamilton E of 

Park av 
Plowman.Efm Fronts ofBalto 
801 810 Front 
811 816 High 
Plum al, S from Montgomery 

W of Sharp 
Plum row, f m 821 Plum al 
Point, from Dock E of Draw- 
bridge 
Point la or Angle al, fm Eager 
W of Broadway and N W f m 
intersection of Oliver & Eden 
Polk, Homestead 
Poppleton, N fm 900 W Balto 
3 4 Baltimore 

103 102 Fayette 
203 202 Lexington 
303 306 Saratoga 
403 406 Mulberry 
425 424 Franklin 
Poppleton, S fm 900 W Balto 
1 4 Baltimore 

101 100 Lombard 

— — Pratt 
McHenry 
Ramsay 



ao3 

401 

to 

423 



302 

402 

to 

410 



Columbia av 
Port, N fm Fayette E of Burke 

202 

336 

Port.Sfm Eastern av E of Burke 
5a3 508 Eastern av 
603 600 Canton av 
707 704 Aliceauna 
709 706 Lancaster 

Porter, S from Nicholson K of 
Stevenson 

Portland, W fm 523 ColumWaav 
611 604 Greene 
701 700 Penn 
703 704 Fremont av 

Portugal al, E fm 417 S Chester 
Postotfice av, S fm 411 E Balto 
9 2 Baltimore 

39 36 Second 

Pothouse al, N from Front W 

of Low 



Potomac, 8 from Eastern av 
E of Patuxent 

801 802 Lancaster 

901 902 Hudson 

1115 1113 O'Donnell 

1118 Elliott 

Poulti^ey, W from Light S of 
Hamburg 

11 10 

36 46 
Pratt, E from 200 S Charles 

1 2 Charles 

— 100 Light 
215 200 Calvert 
301 300 South 

401 400 Commerce 

503 500 Gay 

801 600 Frederick 

701 700 Centre Mt sp 

— — President 
801 800 E Falls av 
903 900 High 

1001 1000 Exeter 

1101 IWO Gough 

1301 13<J0 Central av 

1401 1423 Eden 

1501 1500 Caroline 

1©03 loOO Bond 

1707 17% Broadway 

1805 1800 Ann 

1^)1 19*J0 Wolfe 

3001 2003 Washington 

3117 3100 Chester 

3301 3200 Collingtonav 

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103 
301 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
833 



1301 
1409 
1505 
1603 
1707 
1801 



2 Charles 

102 Hanover 

300 Sharp 

800 Howard 

400 Euiaw 

510 Paca 

600 Greene 

700 Penn - 

803 Scott 

904 Poppleton 

1000 Schroeder 

1100 Arlington 

1303 Carroll ton aV 

1;J04 Carey 

1404 Calhoun 

1508 Strieker 

1600 Gilmor 

1703 Mount 

1800 Fulton av 



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1901 19C)0 Monroe 
2005 2000 Paysoii 
2131 2100 Pviliiski 
2301 2120 Smallwood 

22a5 Frederick av 

Precipice pi, W from Glen Ed 

wards av S of Fourth 
Presbiiry, from Calhoun N of 

Baker 
President, S from 801 E Pratt 
203 200 Pratt 
Mi 300 Fawn 
501 500 Eastern av 
601 600 Canton av 
701 638 Aliceanna 

— — Lancaster 
President al, from President 

S of Eastern av 
Presstnian, W from Linden 
av N of Robert 
303 332 Linden av 

— 406 Madison av 
517 502 Druid Hill av 

— — Penna av 

— 1110 Fremont av 
1300 Carey 
1400 Calhoun 
1500 Strieker 
1610 Gilraor 
1700 Mount 
1722 Fulton av 



i:503 
1103 
1501 
1615 
1703 
1721 

Presto 

3 

101 

203 
301 

511 
701 

1)05 
• 1001 
1101 
1217 
1303 
1403 
1503 
1601 
1741 



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n, E f m 1300 N Charles 
Charles 
St Paul 
Calvert 
North 
Barclay 
Constitution 
Greenm't av 
McKira 
Valley 
Ensor 
Hoi brook 
Aisquith 
Central av 
Eden 
Caroline 
Bond 

Broadway 
Gay 
Ann 
Wolfe 

Washington 
Chester 



100 

208 



508 

700 

800 

902 

1000 

1100 

1202 

1302 

1400 

1512 

1602 

1700 



1900 
1928 



i-estoii, 

3 

125 
>»i 

301 

501 

r,«7 



W 

6 

124 

203 

302 
412 
500 

578 



of 



I'restou, W from 1300 N O'lirl 
Charles 
Cathedral 
Park av 
Linden av 
Madison av 
Druid Hill av 
Penna av 
Price al, E from Potomac S 

O'Donncll 
Price al, fm 79 Frederick av 
Price al, N fm 614 E Eager 
Price ct, S from 807 E Madison 
Prince, W from Pulaski N of 
Frederick av 
2121 
3139 
Proctor al, from 
Greenmount av 
Prospect av, continuation 

the Wend of Fifth (N) 
Prospect la, S fm 1427 Anthony 
Prosser, S from Marrio|t E of 

Neale 
Pulaski, S from 2100 W 
Baltimore 
Lombivd 
Pratt 
Bamsay 
Wilkens av 



2100 
2118 



Chase E of 



of 



Baltic 



131 



120 



401 
437 



Putnam, from James S of Clare 



Q 



•JAKEK 1,A, 

bcllo av 



see Monte- 



Light 



Quarry av, Hampden 
Quay al, from Bisin to 

of Lee 
Quinn, S from Frederick av opp 

Mt Olivet Cv?metery 

ABOKG, W fra 14 N Greene 



R 



t)07 

701 

801 

903 

10t)3 

1101 

1201 

1219 

Rice, 

1013 

1101 

1139 



602 Greene 

708 Pine 

800 Fremont av 

.902 Poppleton 

1006 Schroeder 

1100 Carlton 

1212 Carrollton av 

1214 Stockton 

i fm Cross W of Howaid 

N of Cross 

C "OSS 

West 

Stockholm 



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Rainsay, "W 


' from 400 S Fre- 


mont av 




701 


700 


Fremont av 


801 


848 


Scott 


901 


900 


Poppleton 







Cross 


1321 




Carey 





1400 


Calhoun 


1501 


1502 


Strieker 




1650 


Gilmor 




1700 


Mount 


1801 


1803 


Fulton av 


1911 


19<J0 


Monroe 


2001 


1014 


Payson 


2031 





Pulaski 


Randa 


11, E from 1600 S Charles 


1 


2 


Charles 


103 


102 


Light 


187 


200 


William 




300 


Battery av 




314 


Riverside av 


Randall, \V from 1600 S Charles 


3 


4 


Charles 


103 


102 


Hanover 


131 


136 


Leadenhall 


Raynor av, 


W from Lanvaie 


ext 


in- B & P R R 


Read, 


EfmOOO N Charles 


3 


6 


Charles 


107 


108 


St Paul 



— — Calvert 
Read, W from 900 N Charles 

— 6 Charles 

— 18 Cathedral 
Redding ct, rear of 42 E Hughes 
Redgrave ct, S from 309 Dover 
Reese, VV from Oxford av N 

of iloutcbcllo av 

Reese, S from Nicholson E of 
Porter 

Reese al, S from 213 W Wel- 
come al 

Uejfester, N from 1724 E Balti- 
more (see also Irvine pi, also 
Mcl'ououah 



3 
101 



4 

100 



403 
4GG 
ReS'cster, S 
8 
103 
203 
304 



411 

415 



105 
203 
305 



Baltimore 
Fairmount av 
Fayette 
Orleans 
Jefferson 
from 17;.'5 E Baltio 
Baltimore 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Gough 



405 
509 



403 Bank 
504 Eastern av 
606 Canton av 
70B 702 Aliceanna 
739 736 Lancaster 
Reinhart, W from Parkin S of 

Columbia av 
ReisterstoTvn rd, continuation 

of Penna av 
Remington av, N W from Oak 

N f m Huntingdon av 
Remington pi, see Reming- 
ton av 
Republic, Homestead 
Reservoir, E Woodberry 
Reservoir, Clifton 
Retreat, E from Pennsylvania 
av N of North av 

Rice, W from 708 N Fremont av 
1011 Fremont av 

Arlington av 

1409 Calhoun 

1508 Strieker 

1518 Gilmor 

Rice, N of Lancaster W of Lu- 
zerne, Canton 
Rice al, W from Fremont N of 

Patterson av 
Ricliard, S from 17n Lancaster 
Richardson, from Water Line 

E of Towson 
Richland, from Fulton av to 
Clifton bet Frances and Jlary 
Richmond, NW from 900 Cathe- 
dral 

121 114 Cathedral 
203, 200 Parkav 
245'' 300 Howard 
— 314 Biddle 
Richmond al, S from 247 W 
Biddle 

Rickett ct, S from 7 E Hughes 
Ridgely, S W from intersection 
of Fremont av and Barre 
801 802 Fremont av 
901 900 Barre 
1001 1002 Hamburg 
1101 1100 Cross 
1201 1200 West 

1320 Stockholm 

1541 1540 Wooster 
1577 1568 Bayard 

Ridge pi, (see Dallas from Hoff- 
man to Oliver 



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Richland, N W from Eetreat, 

Clifton 
Rieinan tr, continuation of N 

Bruce 
Rig:gs av, see Tenant 
Ring:g:oltl al, S from Mc Henry 

W of Fremont av 
Riverside av, see Johnson 
Riverside pk, bounded by Ran- 
dall, William. Covington and 
Wells 
Robert, W from 1900 Bolton 
251* 250 Bolton 
303 — Linden av 
403 414 Madison av 
501 502 Druid Hill av 
559 562 Penna av 

from Hudson W 



of 



of 



Robinson, 

East av 
Robinson ct, see Giiffin ct 
Rock, N from Lexington E 

Poppleton 
Roclcdale, (village) adjoining 

Hampden 
Ropewallc al, from Elizabeth 

la S of West 
Roland av, N from Hampden 

W of Charles-St av 
Rose, E from 923 Madison av 
303 to 355 . 300 to 348 

Rose, S from Eastern av E 
Cannon 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
Lancaster 
Hudson 
Howard 



of 



1639 



Bayard 



S 



511 



600 
800 
820 
W from 



N of 



801 
82;') 
Ross, 

Franklin 
301 300 Howard 
— 332 Eutaw 
Koyer Hill, bet Falls rd and 

Oak. N of Third 
Rupert, S from Montgomery 
W of Water line 
813 804 
819 816 
Russell ter, N fm 1702 Moshcr 
Russell, S fm 812 S Fremont av 



16U 

1616 

Russell ct, see McAleer ct 
Russell tr, N fm 1802 Mosher 

1002 

- 1024 

Rutter al, N fm 118 Dolphin 
Ryan, W fm 315 Dawson al 
741 740 Dawson al 

— 884 Scott 
903 902 Poppleton 
921 922 

T ANN AV, E fm Quaker la 
N of Gutman av 
St Clair la, E fm57 Belairavext 
St Denis (village), 9 miles on 

B&ORR 
St James, W fm 814 N Central av 
1201 1200 
1229 1220 
St James ct, N from 1216 St 
James 

820 

St Joseph", E fm 1319 N Bond 
» 1605 1604 Bond 

1641 1624 Broadway 
St Mary, W from Madison av 
N of Eutaw 
401 408 Madison av 
547 502 Druid Hill av 

— 590 Ponna av 
St Mary, W f m 518 Roland av, 

Hampden 
St Mary ct, E fm 511 Penna av 
St Paul, N fm 100 E Baltimore 



901 
1045 
1101 
1201 



900 
1012 
1100 
1152 



1400 



Fremont av 

Hamburg 

Cross 

West 

Stockholm 

Ostend 

Wooster 



1 

101 

203 

301 

401 

503 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 

1201 



1721 

1801 
1901 
2001 



2 

102 

204 

306 

400 

508 

604 

706 

804 

900 

1012 

1114 

1200 

1300 

1716 

1800 
1902 
2002 



Baltimore 

Faj'ette 

Lexington 

Saratoga 

Mulberry 

Franklin 

Centre 

Monument 

Madison 

Read 

Eager 

Chase 

Biddle 

Preston 

Hoffman 

Lanvale 

Townsend 

North av 

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2101 


2102 


Second 


2201 


2202 


Third 


2301 


2302 


Fourth 


2401 


2402 


Fifth 


2501 


2502 


Sixth 



1705 



1706 
1800 

1848 



Mount 
Fulton av 
Monroe 



St Paul ct, W fm Hargrove al N 

of Saratoga 
St Peter, W from Paca N of 

Fremont av 
St Peter al, W fm 800 Scott 
St 'Ilioinas ct, E from 531 

Chesuut 
Salem, N from 25 Retreat, 

Clifton 
Salisbury al, E fm 23 S Exeter 
Salisbury ct, N from 918 E Lom- 
bard 
San Boniiiigro la, W fm Belair 

rd N of toll-gate 
Sarah Ann, W from Pearl N 
of Saratoga 
603 602 Pearl 
703 702 Mvrtle av 
803 802 Fremont av 
903 902 Popijieton 
1005 1002 Schroeder 
1109 1102 Arlington av 
1185 1124 CarroUton av 
Saratoga, E f m 300 N Charles 



Saratoga ct, f m 253 N Arch 
Sargeant, S W from Cross W of 
Washington av 

1231 

1275 



Sassafras, S W f m 1001 W Cross 

1101 1100 Cross 

1165 1166 Stockholm . 

Sauer al, N from 1522 E Lom- 

18 [bard 

Scammed, S E f m B & O H K 

at intersection of St rif tier 
Scliaeflfer's et, r of 217 H ir.o\cr 
Schott ct, N fm 26 Gould la 
Schott ct, fm 124 Grace ct 
Schroeder, N from 1000 W Balto 



113 
203 
301 
409 
401 
425 



6 
100 
200 
302 
400 
432 



Charles 

St Paul 

Calvert 

North 

HoUiday 

Gay 



Saratoga,\V f m 300 N Charles 



1 
101 

201 

303 

401 

501 

607 

701 

811 

901 

929 

1003 

1K)3 

1215 

1411 
1501 
1601 



100 
200 
300 
400 
512 
602 
700 
800 
900 

1010 
1100 



1504 
1602 



Cliarles 

Liberty 

Cathedral 

Park av 

Howard 

Eutaw 

Paca 

Greene 

Pine 

Fremont av 

Poppleton 

Amity 

Schroeder 

Arlington av 

CarroUton a\' 

Carey 

Calhoun 

Strieker 

Gllmor 



3 


6 


Baltimore 


103 


102 


Fayette 


207 


202 


Lexington 


303 


308 


Saratoga 


403 




Mulberry 


503 


504 


Franklin 


627 


524 


Edmondson av 


645 




Harlem av 


Schroefler, S fm 1000 W Balto 


3 


10 


Baltimore 


105 


100 


Lombard 


131 


138 


Pi-att 


Schroeder ct, E fm Schroeder 


W of Lexington 


Scott, 


S f m 800 W Lombard 


103 


102 


Lombard 


203 


238 


Pratt 


301 




McHenry 


401 


400 


Ramsay 


501 


508 


Columbia av 


603 


600 


St Peter 


701 




Woodwai'd 


801 




Mangoed 




800 


St Peter al 


1001 


1000 


Hamburg 




1128 


Cposs 


1201 


1234 


West 


1313 


1300 


Stockholm 


1331 


1310 


Ostend 


Scrabble al 


, W from Hargrove 


al N of Mulberry 


Scrub la, S fm Pa av ext 


Secon 


d, E fm South S of Balto 


303 


300 


South 


401 


402 


Holliday 


.»— 


406 


Postoffice av 



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603 


602 


703 


702 


723 


726 


731 


732 



Gay 

Frederick 
Centre Mt sp 
Jones' Falls 
Front 
Second, (N) E and W fra Charles 

St a\- N of Fii-st 
Second (W), N and S fm Balti- 
more W of Fii'St 
Second, N and S from First 

av Eof First, Canton 
Second av, E from East av 

S of First av, Canton 

Second av, Hampden 

Second la, S from Fifth la 

Seldner, W fm Clarkson al S of 

Cross 

113 112 

123 118 

Selina pi, see Bruce 

Seveenteenth (W), N and S fm 

Fdk rd W of Sixteenth j 

Seventh, N and S from First av 

E of Sixth, Canton 
Seventh (W), N and S fm Balti- 
more W of Sixth 
Seventh, (or Walnut) E and W 
fm Charles-st av N of Sixth 
av 
Seventh av, E from East av S 

of Sixth av 
Severn, S W fm Cross W of Paca 
Sewell, W from Penna av N of 
Wilson 

623 

627 

Sexton ct, N from Wayne W of 



401 400 Conwar 

501 500 Barre 

603 600 Lee 

701 700 Hill 

803 800 Montgomery 

901 WO Henrietta 

1001 lOOi) Hamburg 

1101 1100 Cross 

1237 1200 West 

1303 1312 Stockholm 

1327 1330 Ostend 

Sharp-st ct, E f m 21 N Sharp 
fm ColumbiartifW 



of 



Greene 
Sextonville, three miles on B 

O R R 
Shad al, fm 123 N Greene 
Shakespeare, E fm 817 S Bond 
lt>03 1602 Bond 
1635 1632 Broadway 
Sharp, N fm HOW Baltimore 



3 


4 


Baltimore 




103 


102 


Fayette 




201 


202 


Lexington 




219 


324 


Saratoga 




— 


326 


Mulberry 




>harp, 


S from 127 W Baltimore 


(see 


also 


Hopkins pi 


from 


Bait 


imore 


to Pratt) 




201 


200 


Pratt 




301 


300 


Camden 





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Shepherd, S 
of Parkin 
Shields al, N from 640 Green- 

Avillow 
Shirk,, see Fourth (North) 
Short, N from Orleans E 
Aisquith 

401 404 Orleans 
505 502 Jefferson" 
531 524 McElderry 
Short al, E from 429 Short 
Shuter, N f m rear 1746 E Madison 
801 800 Madison 
901 900 Chew 
923 922 Barnes 
Sinclair la, from Belair av near 

Baltimore Cemetery 
Sixteenth, N and S from First 

av E of Fifteenth 
Sixteenth (W), N and S fm Fdk 

rd W of Fifteenth 
Sixth ( N), E and W fra Charles-st 

av N of Fifth 
Sixth (W), N and S fm Fdk rd 

W of Fifth 
Sixth, N and S from Fifth av 

E of Fifth 
Sixth av, E from East atv 8 

of Fifth av 
Slaughter House al, E fm Fre- 
mont av N of Columbia av 
Slemmer al, S from Granby 
W of Albemarle 
— 126 Granby 
203 206 Pratt 
301 306 Fawn 
319 308 Eastern av 
Slemmer al, E from Spring bet 
Monument and Madison (see 
Philpot al) 
Slingluif av, N from Liberty or 
Windsor Mill rd at toll gate 



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Smallwood, S from Baltimore 
W of Pulaski 

— 203 

— 218 

Smith, W from Penna av N of 
Mosher 
605 G03 Penna av 

1320 Myrtle av 

1401 1328 Calhoun 

1409 Strieker 

Smith al, E fm911 Somerset 

917 Somerset 

1233 Eager 

1301 1302 Central av 
1313 1316 

Smith al, W from Frederick 

S of Lorabai'd 
Smith, N f m Baldwin e of Druid 
Hill ay 

701 

707 

Smith ct, S f m 1706 Fairmount 
av 

11 

21 

Smith ct, N fm 1306 Smith al E 
Smith la, from Buchanan's 

Wharf S of Pratt 
Smith's Wharf, S from Pratt 
E of Spear's Wharf 

201 Pratt 

301 Alley 

323 The Water 

Snyder ct, E fm 419 S Regester 
S of Bank 

Selen ct, N from Burns W of 
Scott 

Solen ct, from 809 Ramsay 
Somerset, N fm Madison W of 
Aisqviith 

803 802 Madison 
903 902 Chew 
1003 1002 Eager 
1101 1102 Chase 
1131 1122 Riddle 
Sorrell ct, N f m 224 W Cross 
South, S fm 301 E Baltimore 
1 2 Baltimore 

101 100 Lombard 
207 200 Pratt 
243 220 Basin 
South la, N from Barre bet 
Charles and Light 



Spear's 


"Wharf, S from 


E of Patterson 




200 


Pratt 




300 


Cable 




326 


The Water 


Spring, 


N from 1426 E Ba 


1 


6 


Baltimore 


201 




Fayette 




200 


Holland 




303 


Mvillikin 


405 


404 


Orleans 


501 


503 


Jefferson 


606 


603 


McElderry 


701 


700 


Monument 


801 


800 


Madison 


903 


900 


Chew 

Eager 

Chase 


1207 


1204 


Biddle 




1303 


Preston 
Hoffman 


1619 




Federal 
Lanvale 


1815 


1804 


Townsend 


1837 


1810 


North av 


Spring, 


S f m 1423 E Balto 




6 


Baltimore 


101 




Lombard 


207 


204 


Pratt 


309- 


;300 


Gough 


409 


416 


Bank 


503 


502 


Eastern av 


521 


510 


Canton av 



Aliceanna 
— — Lancaster 
Spring al, W fm 906 N Gay 
Spring al, S f m 713 St Peter 
Spring ct, W f m 218 S Charles 
Spring Garden av,S from 331 
W York 
611 610 
619 — Hill 
Spring Row, E fm Falls rd S of 

First av, Hampden 
Spring Row, (see Spring from 

Lombard to Pratt) 
Spruce al, E fm Washington S 

of Gough 
Spurrier ct, S from Lexing- 
ton Wof St Paul 
Stable al, Sfm 421 E T.ombai-d 
Staftord, N from Frederick av 

W of Mt Olivet Cemetery 
Stag al, S f m 311 W Lexington 



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State, N from Saratoga W of 
Heward 
305 310 Saratoga 
401 40;i Mulberry 
423 413 
Sterrett, see Barre 
Sterrett al, see L Sterrett 
Steuben, S E from B & OR R, 

W of Mt Clare Shops 
Stevens al, see Brown al 
Stevens al, N fni 810 Low 
Stevens' ct, S f m 585 Richland 
Stevenson, S from Beason B of 

Allen 
Stevenson ct, see Jasper ct 
Stiles, E from East Falls av S of 
Pratt 



807 


804 President 


907 


903 High 


1011 


1000 Exeter 


1119 


1113 Gough 


ir^3 


1138 Central av 


Stinson, from Garrison la N of 


Frederick av 


Stirling, N fm Mott bet Ensor 


ann 


Gay 


607 


603 Mott 


701 


703 Monument 


801 


800 Madison 


903 


900 Chew 


1001 


1000 Eager 


1018 


1033 Aisquith 


Stiilin 


g al,E fm 833 Stirling 


Stirrat 


ct, rear 711 Stirling 


Stockli 


olm , W from Leadenhall 


Sof 


West 


137 


160 Leadenhall 




306 Sharp 




330 Howard 


401 


400 Eutaw 


801 


803 Scott 


875 


— Sassafras 




1334 Carroll 




1340 Washington av 


Stockh 


olm-st ct, S from Stock- 


holm W of Scott 


Stockton, N from 1318 W Balto 




4 Baltimore 




— Fayette 




504 Franklin 


• 


604 Edmondson av 




708 H^iiem av 




Lanvale 


1031 


1030 Smith 




1330 Winchester 



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1303 1303 Patterson av 
1367 1394 Presstman 
Stockton, S from 1333 W BaltO 
7 14 Baltimore 

106 .104 Lombard 
138 136 Pratt 

Stoddard al, from Numsen al 

nr Druid Hill av 
Stone al, W fm 553 W Biddle 
Strange al, from Charles N of 

Baltimore 
Streeper, S from Hudson E of 
Patapsco 

936 Hudson 

1013 Dillon 

1101 1100 O'Donnell 
1111 1114 Elliott 
Strieker, N from 1500 W Balto 
1 6 Baltimore 

105 100 Fayette 
333 303 Lexington 
391 300 Saratoga 
463 400 Mulberry 
501 500 Franklin 
— — Edmondson av 
705 703 Harlem av 
803 803 Lanvale 
901 900 Lafayette av 
1001 1000 Mosher 

1141 Tenant 

1307 1306 Winchester 
1301 1300 Patterson av 
1503 1503 Presstman 
1549 1548 Calhoun, Baker 
Strieker, S from 1500 W Balto 
5 3 Baltimore 

107 100 Lombard 
201 300 Pratt 

301 300 Mc Henry 
^7 403 Ramsay 
445 436 Cole 
Strieker al, from Strieker N of 

Fayette 
Strieker ct, see Strieker al 
Stuart, from Nicholson E of 

Andre 
Stump al, S from Conway W of 

Charles 
Sumwalt, see Fifth (North) 
Sumwalt ct,N from 133 E Fort av 
Swan, E from 13 Centre Mar- 
ketlsp 
703 706 
711 713 



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Swan al, S from Gou}?h "W of 

Bethel 
Sweet Ai-', (village) 3>^ miles 

on Falls rd 
Sycamore av, E Woodberry 
Syracwse, E Woodberry 

TAIi, W from 213 L Gough 
1018 

Talbott ct, see Jefferson-st et 
Talbott, N fm Waverly av W of 

York rd 
Taney pi, North av between 

Charles and Oak 
Taney-pl sq, North av bet 

Charles and Oak 
Taylor, (Jenkins la, ext) W of 

Harrison 

Taylor ct, S from 1739 Millikin 

211 — 

221 — 

Taylor ct, (see Healy ct) 

'— 803 

— 806 

Temple, N from 918 E Balto 

1 2 

Tenant, W from Fremont av N 
of Mosher 



Ann 
Wolfe 
E from 



rear 1610 



1303 
1531 
1605 
1703 
1725 



1520 
1604 
1700 
1720 



W 



Carey 
Strieker 
Gilmor 
Movmt 
Fulton av 
Tenfoot al, see Tenpin al 
Tenpin al, from 5 N Eden 
Tenth, N from Liberty rd 

of SlingiufC la 
Tenth, N and S from First av 

E of Ninth, Canton 
Tenth, (N) E and W fm Charles 

N of Ninth 
Tenth av, E from East av S 

of Ninth a V ^ ,^ 

Tenth, (W) N and S from Balto 
W of Ninth 

N from 570 St Mary 
703 St Mary 
800 Orchard 
833 Biddle 
Thames, E from Philpot S of 
Lancaster 
1401 1400 Philpot 
1509 1500 Caroline 
1601 1600 Bond 
1701 1700 Broadway 



1811 1800 

1817 1833 

Thames ct, 

Thames 
Third,(N)E and W from Charles- 

st av N of Second 
Third, N and S from First^av 

E of Second, Canton 
Third, (W) N and S from Balti- 
more W of Second 
Third av, E from East av S of 

Second av 
Third av, E from Jones' Falls 

S of Union av-, Woodberry 
Thirteenth, N and S from First 

av E of Twelfth 
Thirteenth av, E from East 

av N of water line 
Thirteenth, (W) N and S from 

Baltimore W of Twelfth 
Thomas ct, rear 809 S Howard 

230 

236 

Thompson al, see Boyd 
Thomsen, E from Friendship N 

of Orleans 
1101 1100 
1121 1128 
Thirn's la, W from Pa av ext S 

of Kate av 
Three and a Half, W from York 

rd S of Fourth 
Thursby ct, E from 1157 Yorkrd 
Tinges la, from Old York rd 

N of Gorsuch av 
Toone, E fm Boston S of Elliott 
Townsend, E fm 1800 N Charles 



Tessier, 

701 

805 

819 




9 


2 Charles 


103 


— St Paul 


201 


200 Calvert 


303 


302 North 


403 


402 Barclay 


439 


438 Greenm't av 


Townsend, W fm 1800 N Charles 





20 Charles 


117 


120 Mt Royal av 


217 


200 Parkav 




— Linden av 


513 


502 Druid Hill av 


603 


604 Penna av 


701 


700 Myrtle av . 


723 


726 Fremont av 


Townsend av, E from York rd 


S of Madison 



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Towson, S from Nicholson E of 
Cooksie 

1100 Nicholson 

1200 Marriott 

' 1333 Beason 

1461 1353 Clement 

_1471 Fort a V 

Towsontown,7mileson Yorkrd 

nnV*-^' ^ ^'^ *01 Albemarle 

907 90(5 High 

913 920 Exeter 
Trinity al, S from 907 Trinity 
rrust al, see Oyster ct 
Truxton, from Buren N of the 

Penitentiary 

- 410 Buren 
504 Constitution 
602 Forrest 
604 Greenm't av 

la, E from Quaker la 



Union a V, E Wood berry 
Union ct Nfrom 1012 E Madison 

518 

592 

Union ct, from Central av N of 
Jefferson 



First 



601 
605 
Turner __, _ __, 

N of Cottag-e av 
Twelfth, N and S from 

av E of Eleventh 
Twelftli, (W) N and S from Bal- 
rr *V?.^^° ^ of Eleventh 
Twelfth av, E from East av S 

o± Eleventh av 
Twentieth, (W) N and S from 

Baltimore W of Nineteenth 
Two-and-a-Half, W of York rd 

N ot Second 
Tyler, S fm 302 Gorsuch av 
Tyson, N from Saratoga W of 
Park av 

304 Saratoga 
400 Mulberry 
510 Franklin 
— Centre 
704 Monument 
808 Madison 
902 Richmond 
932 Park a V 
i^?JV tk ^^ ^16 Cathedral 
JTHLERVS AI.,Wfmll2S 
*^ Charles 

iW^'^*"^ w'.^ ^/O"^ 207 S Spring 

!?AY^,^™ ^^^^d Hill av N 
of Biddle 

503 500 
583 592 
Uni^n al, E fm Central av S of 
Holland 

^" Os"* *Zl^ ^^ ^^^^ Barclay 
413 



1404 
1406 
I>ock, foot of Concord 



1401 

1407 

Union 

508 

556 

Union sq, bounded by Gilmor, 
bard ^^"' -^^^'"^^ ^'^d ^oiw- 

im 1312 

■^ALLEY, N fm 838 Neighbor 



903 
1001 
1101 
1203 
1301 
1339 



903 Neighbor 

1014 Eager 

Chase 

Biddle 

1316 Preston 

1334 Hoffman 
Valley, N from lirady av W of 

lieese, Waverly 
Van Buren, Homestead 
Viclver Sep Albert or Coke al 
Vincent, N tm 1622 W Balto 



307 
403 



805 
903 
915 



1 
101 
401 
509 

711 
805 



1103 



1419 
1601 
1639 
Vincent, 

ick av 



4 Baltimore 

102 Fayette 

— Mulberry 

503 Franklin 

606 Edmondson av 

<00 Harlem av 

804 Lan\ale 

934 Lafayette a V 
1002 Mosher 
1103 Tenant 
1302 Patterson av 
1420 Lorman 
1600 Baker 
1632 Press bury 

S from 1621 Freder- 



Hollins 

Pratt 

Mc Henry 

Ramsay 

Cole 
•.--- ^ B&ORR 

Vincent ct, E from Vincent N 
of Lexington 



213 

305 

505 
511 



204 
340 
440 
444 



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Vine, W from 119 N Arch 



631 
705 
803 

1003 
1101 

1507 
1535 



630 

702 
803 

1002 



1502 
1520 



Bel- 



Arch 
Pine 

Fremont av 
Poppleton 
Schroeder 
Carlton 
Stockton 
Strieker 
Gilmor 
Vontlerlxoi St la, W from 
air av N of North av 

WAESCHE, W from Myrtle 
av N of Lexington 

730 Myrtle av 

798 Fremont av 

Wagner (Concord), N E from 

Boston E of Leakm 
Wagon al, f m 223 N Amity 
Walker, see Campbell 
Walker. E from 521 N Bond 
1603 1602 

1623 1622 ^ ^ ,1, 

Walker ct, W from Leadenbftll 

S of Hamburg v^-p « r.f 

Wall, from Dugan's wht b or 

Pratt 
Wall, S f m West W of William 
1209 1220 
12''7 1242 
Walnut al, N and S f rom Pres 

ton W of Druid Hill av 
Walpert av, E fm Quaker la 
Walsh (Little), N from B & P 
R R, W of Penna av 

1635 Sewell 

1801 IBOO 

1821 1804 ^ 

Waltemeyer al,fromPenaa av 

N of Robert 
Waltemeyer ct, from rear 1844 

Penna av 
Walter, Clifton „ ^ ^„ ^ 
Ward, S from Cross W of Wash- 
ington av 

Cross 
Bayard 
Bush 
W from Cbarles-st 

"av's of Sixth 
Warner,S from 643 Columbia av 
505 512 Columbia av 
601 610 Paca 
706 702 Conway 



803 

903 

1011 

1105 



810 
900 

1100 
1202 
1300 
1400 
1404 

Pl, 

al, 



Barre 

Henrietta 

Hamburg 

Cross 

West 

Stockholm 

Ostend 



1743 
Warner 

Norris 
houn 
Warren av, E fm 



bet Lafayette av, 
Lanvaie and Cal- 



903 Light 



101 
215 
301 
327 
401 
to 
413 



102 

202 
228 



Covington 
William 
Battery av 
Johnson 
Henry 



Warren ct, W from 406 S Bethel 
Washington, W from 314 Har- 

Waihfng^ton, N f m 2000 E Balto 



Baltimore 

Fairmount av 

Fayette 

Orleans 

Jefferson 

McElderry 

Monument 

Madison 

Chew 

Eager 

Chase 

Biddle 

Preston 

Hoffman 

Oliver 

Federal 

Lanvaie 

Townsend 

Washington, S f m 2000 E BaltO 



5 
121 

m 

4fi6 
601 

787 
965 

1015 

1203 

1401 
1515 
1601 



6 
100 
202 
402 
500 



956 
1002 
1104 

1300 
1400 
1500 

1740 



1331 
1401 
1449 
Ware, E and 



15 6 

103 108 
308 200 
303 302 
408 400 
568 602 
668 602 
605 702 

— 704 ^— ^ ^^ 
Washington av, S W 
tersection of Cross 



Baltimore 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Gough 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
Aliceanna 
The water 

~ from m- 
and Co- 



lumbia av 
1100 Cross 



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1217 1220 Stockholm 
1301 1272 VVooster 

UOl Bayard 

Um Bush 

Wasliington ct, rear 2002 Fair- 

inouut av 
Wasliijigton pi, Charles from 

Clmilvo to Madisou 
Wasiiiugton rd, Washington 

av rxt 
Washiiif^tou sq, including 
Wushuiytou Monument at 
the intersection of Mt Ver- 
non and Wasliington places 
Watclihouse al, S fm Sara- 
toga E of Holliday 
Water, E from 29 Light 
101 102 Light 
201 200 Calvert 
215 224 South 
AVater, see Clement 
Waters' ct, N fm 604 W Biddle 
Watsou, E from 15 S High 
yoa 912 High 
1001 1014 Exeter 
110;i 1110 Lloyd 
1157 1144 Central av 
Watson al, iTom 911 Watson 
Watson ct, fm 1133 Watson 
Watt, E tm 2107 Linden av 
AVatts' ct, rear 1003 W Saratoga 
Wavorly, (village) one mile on 

i'ork rd 
Waverly av, W from York rd 

N of toll gate 
Waverly tr, E side Carey fm 
Fayette to Lexington 
101 — 
123 — 
Wayne, W f m Sharp Sof Ooaway 



203 



214 



429 
511 
603 
641 



412 
502 
602 
650 



Sharp 

Howard 

Eutaw 

Greene 

Warner 

Fremont av 
Wayson al, E f m 708 Aisqulth 
Webb, E from 915 Ensor 

1000 

1002 

Webb pi, fm Carey to Calhoun 
bet Lafayette av and Mosher 

Weber, W f m WilUam S of Cross 
103 104 
105 136 



Webster, S from Clement E of 

Jackson 
Webster al, W fm 918 Valley 
Webster ct, E fm Greenmount 

av N of Eager 
Weliage, E fm Johnson N of 
Fort av 
401 400 
417 443 

Welcome al, E fm 520 S Charles 
Welcome al, Wfm 520 S Charles 
WcUesley, S f m 112 Stafford 
Wells, W from Webster S of 

Barnej^ 
Wells and Miller al, (see Ham- 
mond al) 
Welsh al, fm419 W Lexington 
Wesley av, E f ra Old Frederick 

rd N of Culver 
West, (E) from 1200 8 Charles 
3 6 Charles 

103 102 Light 
203 — William 
301 302 Battery av 
313 — Riverside av 
West. (W) fm 1200 S Charles 
3 6 Charles 

101 100 Race 
211 — Sharp 
319 318 Howard 
417 416 Eutaw 
501 502 Warner 
518 Russell 
711 — Ridgely 
807 — Paca 
819 — Scott 
West al, W f m 306 S Eutaw 
West al, W from 1013 Stirling 
1011 1010 
1015 1014 
West ct, f m 1105 Burgundy al 
West Falls av, S from LoDOl' 
bard E of Concord 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Bowly 
Eastern av 
Canton av 
Block 

from Heath 



100 

— 202 

— 300 

— 500 
651 600 
661 666 

Westpbal pi, S 
W of William 
1723 1716 Heath 

1800 Barney 

1833 Wells 




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Weyler, E fm 1105 S Charles 
3 

49 — 

Whatcoat, N from Tenant bet 

Strieker and Calhoun 



1141 


Tenant 


l;i01 


1204 Winchester 


1313 


1313 Patterson av 


1385 


1374 Presstman 


White, 


W from Kirby la N of 



Franklin 
White al, W fm Poppleton Nof 

Lexington 
Whitehall, E Wood berry 
Whitelock la, E from Madison 

av N of North av 
Wicomico, S from Cross W of 
of Scott 

1121 

1143 

Wilcox, N fm 930 E Eager 
10U5 1003 Eager 



1101 
1301 
1333 



1100 
1303 
1318 



Chase 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hoffman 



Wilcox ct, W f m 404 N High 



fm 333 S Fulton av 

Fulton av 

Monroe 

Payson 

Pulaski 

from old 



W ilheliii, W 

1803 1800 

1903 1903 

1937 2000 

2013 

Wilkeus, N 

273 Frederick av 
Wilkeus av, W fm 332 S 

1804 

1903 1900 

3001 3000 

2049 2100 

2148 

W^illiam, N 



Heath 

Barney 

al, E from 917 S 



number 

Gilmor 
Fulton av 
Monroe 
Payson 
Pulaski 
Small wood 
E from Hunting- 



don av N of Linden av 
William, S fm 129 E York 

609 602 Lee 

701 702 Hughes 

801 800 Montgomery 

911 900 Henrietta 

1001 1000 Hamburg 

1101 1100 Cross 

1301 1303 West 

lb?)0 Ostend 

1401 Clement 

1400 Gittings 

1501 1500 Fortav 

- Randall 



1735 1700 

1739 1703 
Williamson 

Charles 
Williamson al, "W from 914 S 

Williuger ct, E fm 1105 Ensor 
Willow, E from McKim N of 
Madison 
811 800 
839 836 
Wills, S f m Dock E of Eden 
Wilmer al, N f m Hoffman W of 

Penna av 
Wilson, W fm 1700 John 
— 140 John 
313 — Parkav 
^1 — Linden av 
401 400 Madison av 
508 513 Druid Hill av 
555 574 Penna av 
Wilson, W fm Chestnut av N of 

Third av 
Wilson al, Wfrom 414 Park av 
Wilson al, W f m 302 Chestnut 

av, Hampden 
Wilson av, W from York rd 

N of Merryman la 
Winans' Kow, S fm Winder E 

of Covington 
Winchester, W from Fremont 
av S of Patterson av 
1105 1104 Fremont av 
1411 1116 Calhoun 

1531 Strieker 

1537 Gihnor 

Windermere av, E from Old 

York rd N of Gorauch av 
Winder, W fm 3020 S Charles 
334 
346 
Windsor, N from Boston E of 
Vv'inchester 

701 

709 

Windsor av, E and "W from 
Strieker N of Presstman 

1300 Carey 

1400 Calhoun 

1521 1530 Strieker 
1523 1533 Gilmor 

Windsor Mill rd, see Wind- 



sor av 
Wine al, 



E from 11 S Charles 



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Winter al, W from itace rt oi 

if am burg 
Winter ct, E fm 137 S Bond 
Wlnterlingr ct, W from 508 S 

Mndeiiaal 
Winslow ter, N fm 231 Clifton 
Wirt, N from Preston E of 

Greehmountav 
1301 1300 
1341 IJbS 
Woife, N from 1900 E Balto 



3 

101 
203 

40;^ 

501 

603 

807 

901 
1003 
1103 
]>03 
1107 
1335 
Wolfe, 
7 

105 

301 

303 

403 

503 

603 

703 

801 

901 

937 
Wolfe 



4 
100 

300 
403 



703 
800 
9Q0 
1000 
1100 
1303 
1314 

S 



13 
100 
303 
303 
400 
500 
600 
700 



Baltimore 
Fair mount av 
Fayette 
Orleans 
Jefferson 
McElderry 
Monument 
Madison 
Chew 
Eager 
Chase 
Biddle 
Preston 
Hoffman 
from 1800 E Balto 



h 



Baltimore 
Lombard 
Pratt 
Go ugh 
Bank 

Eastern av 
Canton av 
Alicoanna 
— Lancaster 
900 Thames 
933 Fell 
Row, i-ear old No 401 
Philadeiijhia rd 
Wood, W from South S of Pratt 
Wood al, W fm 13 N Charles 
Wood al, from Harlem av E 

of Fremont av 
Woodberry, (village) Falls rd 

near Druid Hill park 
Woodberry av, W Woodberry 
Woodberry la, from Reisters- 
town rd W of Druid Hill pk 
WooiLs ct, E from 415 Hagan ct 
Woodward, W from Sterrett S 
of St Peter 
801 803 

861 846 
Woodyear, N from Franklin W 
of Carey 
— 538 Franklin 



bu6 


— ii.amondson av 




703 Harlem av 


83,5 


803 Lanvale 


935 


— Lafayette av 


1001 


1003 Mosher 





Cemetery la 


1309 


1310 Patterson av 


1391 


1388 Prcsstman 


Woodyear, S i lom 1531 W Pratt 


303 


— Pratt 


301 


300 Mc Henry 


355 


354 Ramsay 


W«oste 


r, NW from the river S 


of Stockholm 


1117 




1135 




Wright 


al, N fm Winchester 



W of Fremont av 
Wright av, W fm York rd N of 

Homewood nv 
Wyanoke av. E from York 

rd N of Chestnut Hill av 
Wyeth, fm 835 Colviuibia av 
503 503 Columbia av 
601 600 St Peter 
657 646 Hamburg 

Wylie av,W fm PaikHelghts av 
Wyoming, fm Crooked la N of 

Payette 

^ar AL,, S f m 13 W Barre 

Al., S from 13 W Hill 

Yellott ct, see St Thomas ct 
York, E from 633 S Charles 
1 3 Charles 

108 100 Light 

201 303 William 

313 338 Johnson 
York, W from 613 S Charlea 



3 

303 
333 



4 

103 
304 

;!00 

310 



at 



Charles 
Hanover 
Sharp 
Ho war a 
Eutaw 
Yorkrd, Greenmount avext 
York rd (old), fm York rd 

Toll gate 
Yoviiig, N from 1122 Orleans 
401 ^ 400 
413 403 
Young a 1, E fm 635 N Bond 
Young av, W from Millington 

av S of Frederick rd 
Young ct, see Young al 



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FORT McHENKY. 

This renowned and historic fort is located on Locust Point, a 
narrow strip of land in Southeast Baltimore, at the entrance of 
the inner harbor. It has become famous and classic on account 
of its bombardment and successful repulse of the British fleet, 
September 13th, 1814. The "Star-Spanaled Banner" still flies 
from the apex of its fla^ staff, the place of its song conception 
and birth. 

MARINE OBSERVATORY. 

The Marine Observatory in Federal Hill Park has been in ex- 
istence for nearly a century. It was originated by Captain 
Porter, ancestor of the present admiral of that name, and, until 
recentl.y, was the only means of reporting steamers and vessels 
coming* from sea as well as those running on the Chesapeake 
bay. When Federal Hill v.-as converted into a public park, the 
present fine structure was built by the park commissioners to 
be used as an observatory, and Mr. ]\I. L. Dudley was placed in 
charge, where he has remained for many years. 

There is also a monument in Federal Hill Park in meiBory of 
Colonel George Armistead, who commanded Fort McHenry 
during the memorable bombardment, September 13th, 1814, 
when Francis Scott Key, seeing the flag of his country still 
floating over its battlements in the eai'ly dawn, felt such a pa- 
triotic inspiration, though still a prisoner on the British man of 
war, that he penned the immortal "Star-Spangled Banner," now 
our national hymn. 



ACADE3IIES, COLluEGES AND SEMINARIES. 

Academy of Our Lady of Mercy. Poppleton c Hollins 

Academv of St Mary's Star of ithe Sea, Batterj' ave c Clement 

All Saints' (P E), 900 n Entaw 

American Art. 25 w Lexington 

Baltimore Academy of the Visitation, 604 Park av^e 

Baltimoi'e City College, Howard opp Centre 

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 431 n Eutaw 

Baltimore Female College, 1534 Park ave 

Baltimore Manual Training School. 319 and 331 Courtland 

Baltimore Medical and Chemical, 106 w Saratoga 

Baltimore Medical College and Free Dispensary, 806 n Howard 

Baltimore Normal, Saratoga c Courtland 

Baltimore Polyclinic and Post Graduate (Medical), 412 Hanover 

Baltimore University School of Veterinary Science, 21 to 29 n 

Bond 
BARNETT'S C E (Business College), 111 w Franklin 
Benedictine Convent. Mount c Lemmon 
Bohemia American, 934 n Bi'oadway 

Bryant, Stratton & Sadler (Business College). 12 n Charles 
Bryan Mawr, 715 n Eutaw 

College of Physicians and Surgeons. Calvert c Saratoga 
Colvin Free Institute for Girls and Boys, 333 Courtland 
Corpus Christi, Mount Royal ave, near Townsend 
Dental Department University of Maryland, Greene c Lombard 
Baton & Burnett. 1 n Charles 
Edgeworth School, 124 w Franklin 
English, German, Classical, 608 n Eutaw 
Fourteen Holy Martyrs, Mount c Pratt 

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t. A. UdillUlill] {io. 214 Commerce Street. 

Fi-iouds' Academy, 715 n Eutaw 

Friends' Elementary and High School, 937 to 1005 McCulloh 

Hebrew (Free), 21 n High 

Hill A M (Art), 25 w Lexington 

Holy Cross (R C), West near Light 

Immaculate Conception (K C), Mosher c Druid Hill ave 

Johns Hopkins University. Howard. Ross and Eutaw 

Knapp Fred ( English and German School and Deaf and Dumb . 

Institute), 205 n Holliday 
Loyola College, Calvert c Madison 
McConkey Rebecca M, 1538 Park ave 
McKini Free, Baltimore c Aisquith 
Maryland Academy of Sciences, St Paul c Saratoga 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, Aisquith near Fayette 
Maryland Institute, Baltimoi-e opp Harrison 
Maryland School for the Blind, North ave c Calvert 
Maryland State Normal, Carrolltou ave near Lafayette ave 
Mt Vernon Institute, 16 e Mt Vernon place 
Natatorium, Howard near Franklin 
NeAvton Academy. 1114 w Baltimore 
Notre Dame Convent, Aisquith near Eager 
Roland Academy. 1528 Park ave 
St James Home for Boys, H igh c Low 
St John's (P E), York road 
St Joseph's (R C), 204 w Barre 

St Joseph's House of Industry (R C), 123 Waverly terrace 
St Joseph's Metropolitan (R C). 9 e Franklin 
St Luke's (German and English), 437 w Henrietta 
St Luke's (P E), Carey near Lexington 

St Martin's (Ger Luth), Sharp c Henrietta • 

St Martin's Male Academy, 27 n Fulton ave 
St Marj^'s (R C) Seminary of St Sulpice, Paca c Druid Hill ave 
St Mary's Female Orphan Asylum, ill w Franklin 
St Mary's (R C) Industrial School, Wilkens ave ext 
St Paul's (Fifth Ger Ref). Canton ave near Register 
St Paul's (G L), Fremont ave c Saratoga 
St Paul's (P E), 8 e Franklin 
St Peter's (P E), Myrtle ave near Dolphin 
St Peter's (R C), 11 and 21 s Poppleton 
St Thomas (R C), Hampden 
St Vindent (R C). 112 n Front and 808 e Fayette 
St Wenceslaus (R C), Central ave near Baltimore 
Sacred Heart, Aliceanna c First 
Sauveurs School of Languages, 705 n Howard 
Southern Home, 915 n Charles 

University of Maryland School of Law, Lombard c Greene 
University of Maryland Medical College. Lombard near Greene 
Woman's College, St Paul near Third 
Woman's Medical College, 1033 Druid Hill ave 
Wright's University School, 70'^ Madison ave 
Zion (Ger Luth), Gay near Saratoga 

BANKS AND DISCOUNT DAYS. 

Bank of Commerce, 36 South— Wednesday and Saturday 
Citizen's National Bank, c Havover and Pi-att— Wednesday and 

Saturday 
Commercial and Farmers' National Bank, s w cor Howard and 

German— Tuesday and Friday 
Drovers and Mechanics' Bank, n w c Fayette and Eutaw— daily 

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Farmers and Merchants' National Bank, n w cor South and 
Lombard- Monday and Tucsdaj^ 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK)l!S'y"' 

FRAMLIN BANK)j-Monday and Thursday 

German Bank of Baltimore, n e cor Baltimore and HoUiday— 
Tuesday and Friday 

German American Bank. 173 s Broadway 

Manufacturers' National Bank, 300 w Baltimore— Tuesday and 
Friday 

Merchants' National Bank, s w cor Gay and Second— Tuesday 
and Friday 

National Bank of Baltimore, n e cor Baltimore and St Paul- 
Tuesday and Friday 

National Exchange Bank, Hopkins pi, German and Libertj--- 
Mondaj' and Thursday 

National Farmers and Planters' Bank, cor South and German- 
Monday and Thursday 

National Howard Bank, Howard and Fayette— Wednesday 

National Marine Bank, n e cor Gay and Second— Tuesday and 
Friday 

NATIONAL MECHANICS' BANK)-^%'?,;e?JL7?„''a"ia&T; 

National Union Bank of Maryland, Fayette e of Charles -Mon- 
day Thursdaj' 
Old Town Bank, s e cor Gay and Exeter— Tuesday and Friday 
People's Bank, s w cor Sharp and Lombard— daily 
Second National Bank, 147 s Broadway— Thursday 
South Baltimore Bank, 807 Light 
Third National Bank, 31 South— daily 
Traders' National Bank, cor German and Grant— daily 
Western National Bank, Eutaw one door n of Eutaw House- 
Tuesday and Friday 

BANKS, SAVINGS. 

Arlington Savings Bank, Park ave and Fayette 

Broadway Savings Bank, 63 s Broadway 

CENTliAI. SAVINGS BANK, Charles and Lexington 

Eutaw Savings Bank, Eutaw and Fayette 

German Savings Bank, 443 w Baltimore 

Hoiikins Place Savings Bank, Lombard c Sharp 

MARYLAND SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE, 155^ W 
Baltimore 

METROPOLITAN SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE, 
n e cor Calvert and Lexington 

Peabodv Savings Institution, Aisquith and Monument 

Provide'nt Savings Bank of Baltimore— Central oflice, Howard 
and Franklin; branches. Light and lyittle Church; 1007 w Bal- 
timore; 1100 Patterson ave; 738 n Gay; 401 s Broadway, and 
Roland ave c Third, Hampden 

SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE, Gay and Second 

CAB RATES. 

To any point within district bounded by Jones Falls and Pratt, 
Carey and Mosher streets, each passenger 25 cts 

To points outside of above district and within city limits. 10 cts 
additional for each passenger for every six squares or less 

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No, 214 Commerce Street. 



To and from Dejxjts, Huston and Norfolk Steamers, Union Dock 

and points wiliiin abo\ e district, each passengef 1*5 cts 
To and from Deixjls and Hotels, each passenger 25 cts 
I)!-iiid Hill Park— 1 or 2 passengers *1.50; 3 or 4 i)assengers $2 
B/ the hour-- First four or fraction thereof 75 cts. each addi- 
tional hour 75 cts. each additional fraction of hour 20 cts 
Theatres, Balls, or Receptions and return, 1 or 2 persons, $1.50; 3 

or 4 persons $2 
To and from Excursions Steamers, 1, 3, 3 or 4 persons from same 
house, round trip .f 1.50 

CEMETERY COMPANIES AND OFFICES. 

Baltimore Cemetery Co, 8 South 

Baltimore Hebrew, Belair ave ext 

Bonnie Brae, 16 e Lexington 

Cathedral, 16 e Lexington 

Cedar Hill Cemetery Co, 12 St Paul 

Cemetery of the Most Holy Redeemer, Belair rd nr Gardenville 

Feirs Point Friendship Hebrew Congregation, Philadelphia rd 

near Highlandtown 
Friends, Fayette near Aisquith 
Greenmount, 6e Lexington 
Holy Cross. Harfoid road near North ave 
Laurel (colored) 225 St Paul 
Lorraine Cemetery Co (The), 33 s Holliday 
Louden Park, 323 n t^harles 
Mount Carmel, 105 s Frederick 
Mount Olivet, 8 e Fayette 

Old Methodist. Phi'lapelphia road near citj^ limits 
St Mary's (P E), Roland ave near Fifth ave 
St Patrick's. Philadelphia road near city limits 
St Paul's, Lombard and Fremont ave 
St Peter's, Liberty road 
Sweet Home, Biddle near Loney lane 
United States (National) three miles on Frederick road 
Western, w Baltimore ext 



CHITIICHES. 



Baptist. 

Brantly— Schroeder c Edmondson av 
Calvary— (Colored) Biddle and Park av 
Eutaw Place— Eutaw and Dolphin 
First— Townsend nr Fremont av 
First— (Colored) McElderry and Cai'oline 
Franklin Square — Calhoun nr Lexington 
Fuller Memorial— Carey and Presstman 
Fulton Avenue— Fulton av and Baltimore 
German Baptist— Caroline and Hampstead 
Grace— Eager nr Broadway 
Hampden— Roland av c Fourth av 
High Street— High n of Fayette 
Huntingdon Avenue — Waverly av nr York rd 
Immanuel— St Paul and North av 
Leadenhall— (Colored) Leadenhall near Cross 
Lee Street— Lee near Hanover 
Macedonia (Colored) Saratoga near Qilmor 

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Patterson Avenue— (Colored) Calhoun and PatterSon av 

Peirce St Freewill— (Colored) Peirce near Fremont av 

Perkins Square— (Colored) George and Clinton av 

Riverside— 57 e Randall 

Second— Broadwaj' nr Pratt 

Seventh— Saratoga and Paea 

Trinity— (Colored) 420 n Pine 

Union (Colored)— North nr Lexington 

Waverly Mission (Colored)— Old York rd 



Cliristian Church. 

Harlem Avenue— Harlem av c Fremont av 
Second (Colored)— Dolphin c Etting 
Third— Hollins Hall 



Evangelical Association, 

Cross St— Cross and Nanticoke 

Emmanuel Church— Greene and Cider al 

Grace— Preston near Ensor. 

Memorial Church— Fremont and Edmondson avs. 

Olive Branch— Charles and Fort av 

Second Evangelical Church— McElderry and Short 



Congregational. 

First Congregational— Eutaw, bet Hoffman and Dolphin 
Second— North av c Hope 



Evangelical Lutheran. 

Christ (German)— Beason nr Haubert 

Concordia Church— FrankliHnr Arlington av 

Emmanuel (German)— Caroline south of Baltimore 

First English— Fremont av and Lanvale 

German Evangelical Salem— Battery av cor Randall 

Grace English— Broadway cor Gough 

Lutheran (Chapel— Canton 

Second— Lombard, west of Greene 

St John (German)— Biddle east of Penna av 

St John-^ Lombard near Garrison lane 

St Luke— Henrietta cor Eutaw 

St. Luke— Hampden 

St Marcus (German)— Broadway and Fairmount av 

St Mark— Eutaw, between Mulberry and Saratoga, 

St Martin— (German) Sharp and Henrietta 

St Matthew— (German), Faj^ette near Central av 

St Paul— Druid Hill avenue and McMechen 

St Paul— (German) Saratoga and Fremont av 

St Peter— Fayette and East 

St Peter (German) Bond near Eastern avenue 

St Peter (German) Eager nr Broadway 

St Stephen (German) Hanover and Hamburg 

Third— Monument nr Gay 

Trinity— (German) Trinity e of High. 



Friends. 

Eastern District— Als(iuith and Fayette 
Gospel Mission— Light nr Hamburg 
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Orthodox— Eutaw and Monument 
Western District— Park av c Laurens 

Indepenaent Clmrclies. 

First German United Evangelical Church-Eastern avenue nr 

Re'^'ester 
Zion-(German) Gay south of Saratoga 

Jewish Synagogues. 

First— (Reformed) Charles cor Fayette 

Hal sUl TempinReformed)'^Lexlngtoa between Pearl and 
Te^pl^^oS^ii^^^^^ ^<^tween Lombard and 

o£b Hashalora-(Orthodox) Hill and Charleys 
Oheb Israel-(Reformed) Eden north of Lombaid 
Polish-(Orthodox) High near Low 
Russian-f^Orthodox^ Exeter north of Fayette 

iSlthSaeUoVfhoaox)-Greene cor German 

Methodist Episcopal. 

Baltimore District, 
Bennet Memorial Church-Warner and Hamburg 
Bethel Church-Hill near Charles ,, ,^p,.„„ 
Eutaw-Street Church— Eutaw above Mulbenj 
First Church— Woodberry ^ ^. . ^ 

First M ECharch-St Paul and Third 
Fort-Avenue Church— Fort av near Johnson 
Grace Church— Woodberry 
Guilford Avenue-North cor Lanvale 
Hanover-Street Church-Hanove^r ^fd Hamburg 
Harford Avenue-(German) Hartord av nr Pouit ir 
Light Street-(Gerraan) Light nr ^stend Townsend 

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Mount Vernon— Mt Vernon Mills 

Sailors Bethel— Hanover c Clement 

Straw bridge— Park av and Wilson 

Webster— Mosher c Myrtle 

Wesley Chapel-Sharp and Barre ^, „^^, 

South Baltimore— William and Little Church 

Agent of Book Depository 

East Baltimore District. 
Appold Chapel— Washington near Chase 
Broadway Church— Broadway south of Pratt ■ 
(Canton Church— Canton av ext Ti«UimorP 

Caroline Street Church-Caroline south of Baltimore 
Chester-Street Church-Chester and Orleans 
Clifton— Druid Hill avenue ext wooh,-r.o-fnn 

i-st Baltimore Church-Baltimore corner Washington 

Exv>,er-Street Church— Exeter south of Gay 

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Greenmount-Avenue Church— Chase and Homewood av 
Harford-A venue Church— Harford av and Biddle 
Highland-A\enue Church— Highland avenue near Phila road 
Hiji-h Street Church— Hi g-h and Stiles 
Jetfersou-Street Church— Jetferson and Bond 
Madison-Square Church— Cai'oline and Eag'er 
Monument- Street Church— Monument and Stirling 
Seamen's Bethel— Aiiceanna and Bethel 
Waverly Church— Wavei'ly 
Homestead Chapel— Homestead 



West Baltimore District 

Columbia- Avenue Church — Columbia av east of Fremont av 

Emory Church— Pennsylvania avenue north of Hoffman 

Fayette-Street Church— Fayette east of Fremont av 

Franklin-Street Church — Franklin and Poppleton 

Fulton av Church— Fulton av c Winchester st 

Grace Church— Lanvale St and Carrollton av 

Harlem Park Church— Gilmor St opp Harlem Park 

Monroe-Street Church— Monroe and Ramsay Sts 

Summerfteld— Calverton 

Union-Square Church — Lombard and Calhoun Sts 

West Baltimore (German) Church— Pennsylvania av c Mosher St 

Whatcoat Church— Strieker and Presstman Sts 



Coloi^ed. 

Ames Chapel— Saratoga St near Carrollton av 
Asbury Church— East and Douglas Sts 
Centennial Church— Bank and Caroline Sts 
John Wesley Church — Sharp near Montgomery St 
Metropolitan Church— Orchard near Druid Hill av 
Sharp-Street Church— Sharp North of Pratt St 
St Matthew'5— Columbia av near Poppleton St 
St Paul— Saratoga near Carey St 
Waugh Chapel— Columbia av near Scott St 



Methodist Independent. 

Bethany— Lexington and Calhoun St 

Chatsworth— Pine and Fi-anklin 

Epworth— Gilmor and Mosher 

Locust Point— Fort av c Hull 

St John— Liberty north of Fayette 

St John Chapel— Madison av and Laurens 

William Street— William nr Gittings 



Methodist ^Episcopal South. 

Calvary— Greene and Lombard /^ 

Central— Edmondson av and Strieker 

Emmanuel— Presstman and McCulloh 

Frederick Avenue Chapel— Frederick road near tollgatQ 

North Baltimore Church— Holland near Aisquith 

St Paul— Fayette near Carrollton av 

Trinity—Madison av and Preston, 

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Methodist I'rotestant.. 

Broadway— Broadway and Monument 

Faith— Independence cor Madison 

Gilles (Colored)—! N Vincent 

Hampden— Hampden, West Woodberry 

Henry Chapel (Colored)— West near Hanover 

Lafayette Avenue— Layayette av and Gilraor 

Mount Lebanon— Preston and Bond 

St John (Colored)— Mount near Cole 

South Baltimore— Light south of West 

Starr Church— Poppleton and Lemmon 

St Thomas (Colored)— 53T Chesnut 

Washington Street Station— Chester and Lombard 

Wells Memorial (Colored)- 438 s Vincent 



Metliodist— African. 

Rt Rev A W Wayman, D D. 

Allen Mission— Stockton alley near Baltimore 

Ames— Division near Baker 

Bethel— Saratoga west of Gay 

Ebenezer— Montgomery east of Hanover 

St James— Mosher near Myrtle av 

St Paul's Mission— Saratoga St near Carrollton av 

St John— Tessier cor Orchard 

Trinity— Biddle and Linden avenue 

Waters Chapel— 511 n Spring St 

Zion Wesley— Toone nr Clinton St 

Presbyterian. 

Abbott Chapel— Abbott Place, Highland av 

Aisquith Street— Aisquith nr Jefferson st 

Associate Reformed— Fayette, between Liberty and Charles sts 

Associate Reformed Chapel— Columbia av near Poppleton 

Boundary Avenue— North avenue and St Paul 

Broadway— Baltimore near Broadway 

Brown Memorial— Park av and Townsend 

Central Church Mission— Ridgely and Hamburg 

Central Presbyterian— Eutaw Place near Dolphin 

Faith Church— Broadway and Biddle 

First Presbyterian— Madison and Park avenue 

First United Presbyterian— Madison av and Biddle 

Franklin Square— Carey and Fayette 

Franklin Street— Franklin and Cathedral 

Fulton Avenue— Fulton av c Tenant 

Grace Church— (colored) Dolphin and Etting 

Hampden— Woodberry near the Park 

Knox— (Colored) Baltimore and Aisquith 

Lafayette Square— Carrollton av near Lanvale 

Light Street Presbyterian- Light near Montgomery 

Madison Street (Colored)— Madison near Park ave 

Maryland Avenue— Maryland av c Sixth 

Reformed Presbyterian— Harford av and Chase 

Second Presbyterian— Baltimore and Lloyd 

Toone Street— Toone nr Canton 

Twelfth Presbyterian— Franklin bet Clinton andFremont avs 

^laverly— Windemere av and Old York rd 

Wb^tminster- Fayette and Greene 

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Protestant Episcopal. 

Episcopal Residence, 1110 Madison av 

Advent— Mission Chapel (free). Battery av near West 

All-Saints— Church (free), Baltimore and Monroe 

Ascension— Chiu'ch, Lafayette Square 

Atonement— Mission Chapel (free), Chester near Biddle 

Christ— Church, Chase and St Paul 

Church of the Holy Cross— (free), Millington av and Ramsay exi 

Church of the Holy Evaug-olist— (free). Potomac and Dillo'n 

Church of the Holy Innocents — (free). Eden and Chase 

Church of the Messiah— (free). Gay and Fayette 

Church of Our Saviour— (free). Broadway and McElderry 

Emmanuel— Cathedral and Read 

Grace— Monument and Park av 

Good Shepherd— (Chapel) Mullikin and Spring 

Henshaw Memorial— (free), Barre cor St Peter 

Holy Trinitj'— (free). Gilmor and Tenant 

Howard Chapel— Colored Mission (free) 

Memorial— Bolton and Townsend 

Memorial— Church of the Holy comforter (free), Chester and 

Pratt 
Mount Calvary— (free), Eutaw and Madison av 
St Andrew— High nr Lombard 
St Barnabas— (free), Biddle and Argyle av, 
St Bartholomew— (free). North av nr Madison av 
St George— Presstman c Division 
St John the Baptist— Mission Chapel (free), Barre near Little 

Greene 
St John— (Waverly) 
St Luke— Carey near Lexington 
St Mark— Lombard near Parkin 
St Mary— Hampden 
St Mary the Virgin— Colored Mission Chapel (free) Orchard near 

Madison av 
St Michael and all Angels— St Paul n of North av 
St Paul— Charles and Saratoga 
St Peter— Druid Hill av and Lanvale 
St Stephen- Hanover and Welcome al 
St Thomas— Homestead 
Trinity— Broadway and Pratt 



Reformed Church. 

Aisquith-St— (German) Aisquith near McElderry 
Fifth— (German) Canton av near Broadway 
First— (Jal vert near Read 
First German Reformed— Bank St c Swan al. 
Immauol— (German) Saratoga and Jchroeder 
St Johannes— (German) Calvert near Saratoga 
St Paul— Lexington and Calhoun 
Third— Paca and Saratoga 



Reformed JCpiscopal. 

Right Rev James A Latane, D D, Bishop of the South. 

Church of the Redeemer, Bolton near Lanvale 
Cummins Memorial Church 
Emmanuel- Hoffman aud Eden 

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Koinan CatUolic. 

Episcopal Residence of Cardinal, Primate of the United States 
North Charles corner Mulberry, 

Carmelite Chapel 

Cathedral— Cathedral and Mulberry 

Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrow— House of Good Shepherd, Mount 

and HoUins 
Chapel of the Visitation Convent— Park av and Centi-e 
Church of the Holy Cross— West near Light 
Corpus Christi— Townsend and Mt Royal av 
Fourteen Holy Martyrs— Mount near Pratt 
Holy Rosarj'- Eastern av and Bethel 
Immaculate Conception— Mosher and Druid Hill av 
Sacred Heart— Aliceanna and First 
St Agnes' Chapel— St Agnes' Hospital 
St Alphonsus— (German), Park av and Saratoga, 
St Andrew— Monument and Washington 
St Ann— York road 

St Bernard's— Hillen road near Harfox-d road 
St Bridget— Canton 

St Edwards— Bloomingdale rd near Lafayette av 
St Francis Chapel and Colord Sisters of Providence— Chase 

and Forrest pi 
St Francis Xavier— (Colored), Calvert and Pleasant 
St Gregory— Baker and Gilmor 
St Ignatius— Calvert and Madison 
St James— (German) Aisquith cor Eager 
St John— Eager and Valley 
St Joseph— Barre and Howard 
Our Lady of Good Counsel— Fort av and Hull 
St Leo— Stiles and Exeter 
St Martin— Fulton av and Fayette 
gt Mary Chapel— St Mary Seminary, Penna av 
St Mary Star of the Sea— Johnson and Clement 
St Michael— (German) Lombai'd and Wolfe 
*St Monica— Hill nr Sharp 
St Patrick— Broadway and Bank 
St Paul's— Caroline near Hoffman 
St Peter— Poppleton and Hollins 
*St Peter Claver— Fremont av nr Pa av 



S'tvedenborgian. 

German New Jerusalem— Aisquith and Fayette, 
New Jerusalem— Calvert north of Chase 

Unitarian. 

First Independent Christ Church— Franklin and Charles 

United Brethren in Christ. 

Fifth Church— George and Clinton av, 

Otterbein Chapel of the United Brethren in Christ— Scott and St 

Peter 
Otterbein Church— Conway near Sharp 
Salem— 124 Francis 

Sweet Air Chapel— Sycamore and Third avs 
Third— Fulton av and Lombard 



Universalist, 

Second— Guilford av corner Lanvale 



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CLUBS. 

Athenaeum Club. Charles c Franklin 

Baltimore Athletic Club, 1 s Calvert 

Baltimore CJub. 905 n Charles 

Baltimore Poultry and Pig-eon Club, 31 s Gay 

Caledonian Club of Baltimore, Baltimore c Frederick 

Calumet Club. 1110 e Baltimore 

Catholic Club, Fayette near Paca . ^^ 

Charcoal Club, Howard c Franklin '■^ 

Concord Club, 6 n Carey 

Concordia Club, 16 to 20 s Eutaw 

Crescent Club, Fayette c Paca 

Cycle Club of Baltimore. 1531 Eutaw pi 

Germania Club, 408 w Fayette 

Harlem Club, 1314 Edmondson ave 

HTM Club, Baltimore c Boud 

Journalists' Club, 103 n Calvert 

Maryland Club, hranklin c Cathedral 

Maryland Jockey Club, 230 n Charles 

Merchants' Club, 306 e German 

Merchants' Exchange Club, 311 w Fayette 

Monday Club. 1734 e Baltimore 

Young Men's Democratic Club. Baltimore near Central ave 

Young Men's Republican Club, 33 w Saratoga ,-i^ 

CONSULS AT BALTIMORE. 

Argentine Republic and Venezuela— C Morton Stewart, s w cor 

Gay and Lombard 
Austria— Charles A Martin, 105 e German • 

Brazil— Antonio Fontura Xavier, 306 Second; Charles Mackall, 

Vice-Consul, 33 s Gay 
Chili— Washington Booth, 4 s Gay 
Denmark— P J Boj-esen, 305 Second 

France— F DeGournay, Consular Agent, sec Gay and Second 
German Empire— G A Von Lingen, 5 s Gay st 
Great Britain— Wm Francis Seagrave, F R G S, Consul; office on 

second floor of Exchange Building, Second st and Exchange 

pi; J S Brancker, Vice Consul, 105 e German 
Italy— Carlo F. Serra, Vice Consul, 306 Second 
Netherlands— Claas Vocke, 218 South 
Nicaragua— Basil Wagner, 33 s Gay 
Norwav and Sweden— J S Brancker, 105 e German 
Portugal and Belgium— Arnold Kummer, 23 South 
Republic of Uruguay— Prudencio de Murguiondo, over 1 Wood 
Russia— Charles Nitze, 11 South 
Spain— Jose de Navajro, 306 Second 
Turkey— Charles Eysmans, Vice Consul, 306 Second 

DISPENSARIES. 

Baltimore Ear, Eye and Throat, 625 w Franklin 

Baltimore Free Dispensary, 869 Linden ave 

Btltimore General Dispensary, 103 n Liberty 

Baltimore Homeopathic Free Dispensary, 236 n Gi'eene 

Baltimore University School of Medicine Free Dispensary, 23 to 
29 n Bond 

Calvert Free Dispensary of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Calvert c Saratoga 

Eastern, 1300 e Baltimore 

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Eye and Ear Dispensary U'lee) of the Church Home and lufirm- 

kry, Broadway near Fairmonnt ave 
Free Dispensary of the Baltimore Polyclinic aud Medical 

School, 41^ Hanover 
Free Dispensary for the Treatment of the Diseases of Women, 

600 s Sharp 
Garrett Free, 107 n Poppleton 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Monument near Ann 
Nervous Diseases, 5 Barnett 
Northeastern, 1334 e Monument 
Northwestern (free) for JVfedical and Surgical Treatment, 1003 

Druid Hill ave 
Presbyterian Eve and Ear (free) 1007 e Baltimore 
Southern, 106 w Hill 

University Dispensary, Lombard c Greene 
Waverly and Homestead Dispensary and Relief Association, 

Old York Road near Jetferson ave 
Woman's (free) Dispensary, 1033 Druid Hill ave 

EXCHANGES AND BOARDS OF TRADE. 

Baltimore Coffee Exchange, 105 Commerce 

Baltimore Corn and Flour Exchange( The), 4th and 5th floors, 

Chamber of Commerce 
Baltimore Stock Exchange (The), 310 e German 
Board of Trade, 415 Second 
Brewers' Exchange, 14 s Holliday 
Brick Manufacturers' Exchange, 19 w Saratoga 
Builders' Exchange, 19 w Saratoga 
Canned Goods Exchange, 410 Exchange place 
Chemical and Fertilizer Exchange, 33 s Gay 
Coal Exchange of Baltimore City, 413 Second 
Fruit and Produce Exchange, Henderson wharf 
Lumber Exchange. 700 Canton ave 
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, 415 Second 
Produce Exchange (The), 113 Centre market space 
Provision Exchange, 47 Chamber of Commerce 
Real Estate Exchange (The), H C Turn bull jr, sec, 122 e Fayette 
Woman's Industrial Exchange, 331 n Charles 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., =•<' '""""»'" 

Canadian Express of Liverpool, 319 Second 
Globe Express of London and Liverpool, 319 Second 
United States, B and O Central building, n w corner Baltimore 
and Calvert 



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3 No 4 Engine House, e Lexington 

4 Calvert and Baltimoi-e 

5 German and Light 

6 Calvert and Lombard V; 

7 No 13 Engine House 

8 Nicholson and Hull 
13 Baltimore and Gay 

13 Pratt Street Bridge 

14 No 3 Engine House, Lombard 

15 Eastern Police Station 

16 No 5 Engine House, s Ann 

17 No 11 Engine House 

18 Chesapeake and Boston 

19 Bay view Asylum 
31 Gay and Saratoga 

23 MuUikin and Eden 

24 No 6 Engine House 

25 Constitution and Eager 

26 Gay and Madison 

27 No 9 Engine House, e Madison 

28 Schuetzen Park, Belair road 
. 39 Wiessner's Brewery, Belair ave 

31 Calvert and Pleasant 

33 St Paul and Saratoga 

34 Eager and Morton alley 

35 Biddle and Garden 

36 No 13 Engine House 

37 Lafayette and Carrollton aves 

38 Fremont and Pennsylvania aves 

39 Pennsylvania and North aves 
41 Fayette and St Paul 
43 No 3 Truck House, n Paca 
43 Lombard and Penn 

45 No 8 Engine House, w Mulberry 

46 Baltimore and Frederick road 

47 Faj^ette and Fulton av 

48 Bentalou and Fdk rd 

49 Baltimore and Payson 
51 Pratt and Light 
53 No 3 Engine House 

53 No 10 Engine House 

54 Southern Police Station 
56 Leadenhall and Hamburg 
61 Lee and Light 
63 Light and Cross 

63 Light and Gittings 

64 Light and Heath 

65 Hanover and Wells 
67 Hanover and Jephson 
71 Fort ave and Burrough 
73 Covington and Donaldson ^ 

73 Fort ave and Dry Dock '',> 

74 Claggett and Andre 
81 Fort ave and Hull 

131 Exchange Place and Commerce 

180 



r K rnmhuiinMAHUFACTURIBG COMPANY 
Vj. a. UdlliUllll [ Mo, 214 Commerce Street. 

133 Sun Omce. Baltimore and South 

12;j Pratt and Gay 

124 South and Bowly's whart 

lis gSXm- sTlou,?Mm, foot smith's wharf 

5i KSn\"1v^.-t"':i?8u«av Be«„ery 

133 Duffan^s Wharf and Wood 

Hi Concord and Eastern ave 

i;35 Drawbridge, foot of the Falls 

136 Foot of Union Dock 

141 President and Canton ave 

143 Bank and Exeter 

143 Pratt and Central ave 

145 Baltimore and Central ave 

146 Stiles and Albemarle 

147 Aliceanna and Central ave 
151 Caroline and Lombard 

153 Broadway and Pratt 

153 Caroline and Canton ave 

154 Caroline and Thames 

156 Bi^oadway and Thames 

157 Bond and Lancaster 

158 Bond and Thames 

159 Broadway and Canton ave 
161 Ann st and Canton ave 
163 Thames and Wolfe 

163 Baltimore and Wolte 

164 Bank and Washington 

165 Broadway and Baltimore 
171 Chester and Canton ave 

173 Lombard and Patterson Park ave 

173 Aliceanna and Burke 

174 Pratt and Castle 

175 Collington ave and Gough 
181 Canton and Elliott 

183 Boston and Concord 

183 Hudson and Chesapeake 

184 Boston and Harris Creek 

185 Canton and Hudson , ^ . ,,, „ , ^,. 

186 Pennsylvania R R Go's Gram Elevator 
213 No 1 Truck House, Harrison 

213 High and Low 

214 Exeter and Fayette 

215 Douglas and Aisquith 

216 Jefferson and Aisquith 

217 Front and Buren 

218 Front and Baltimore 
231 Jefferson and Bond 

233 Fayette and Bond 

333 Monument and Patuxent 

234 Ann and Orleans 

235 Castle and Monument 

236 Fayette and Collington av 

237 Jefferson and Washmgton 

238 Chew and Caroline 

239 Philadelphia road and fetreeper 

241 Front and Hillen 

242 Madison and Forrest 
343 Monument and Ensor 

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DATUPQfni SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
fiiliiriJUU ] PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 

245 Maryland Penitentiary 

246 Aisquith and Chew 

247 Aisquith and Gay 

248 Foundry and Holliday 

249 Brush Electric Works, e Monument 

251 Ea}?er and Ensor 

252 Greenmount av and John 

253 Harford and Central avs 

254 Greenmount and North avs 

256 John and Valley 

257 No 5 Truck House, Aisquith 

258 Horner's Factory, Chew and Ensor 

259 Biddleand Valley 

261 Chase and Lden 

262 Broadway and Gay 

263 Caroline and John 

264 Monument and Caroline 

265 Bond and Oliver 

271 N E Police Station 

272 Biddle and Wolfe 

273 Gay and Oliver 

312 Clay and Park a v 

313 Charles and Franklin 

314 Howard ajid Franklin 

315 Monument and Plover alley 

316 Monument and North 

317 St Paul and Centre 

318 Charles and Barnet 

319 Madison nr Charles 

321 Franklin and Greene 

322 No 7 Engine Hovise, Eutaw and Druid Hill ave 

323 N W Police Station, Pa av 

324 Preston and Druid Hill av 

325 Lanvale and McCulloh 

326 McMechen and Pa av 

327 McMechen and Madison av 

328 Mosher and Division 

329 St Marj^'s Seminary, n Paca 

341 Biddleand St Paul 

342 Hotfman and Cathedral 

343 Charles-st Bridge 

344 Park ave and Centre 

345 Charles st and North av 

346 Howard and Madisou 

347 Calvert and Eager 

348 North and Lanvale 

351 Eutaw Place and Dolphin st 

352 Mosher and Bplton 

353 Mt Royal and North aves 

354 Park ave and Dolphin 

355 Park ave and Richmond 

356 Bolton and Laurens 

357 Park ave and Preston j 

358 North and Preston ^ 

361 Pearl and Saratoga 

362 Myrtle av and Franklin 

363 George and Fremont av J 

364 No 4 Truck House, w Biddle ' 1 

365 Pennsylvania ave and Greenwillow 
367 Myrtle ave and Hoffman 

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fi Jl fiQinhrilUMASUFACTURlllGCOMPAliY 
VJ. A. UdlllUllli I Mo. 214 Commerce Street. 

368 Mulberry and Clinton ave 
871 Mosherand Gilmor 
372 Patterson av and (J ilmor 
3S1 I'resstinan and Gilmor 

382 Madison and North avs 

383 l>ruid Hill ave and Prcsstraan 

412 Baltimore and Hanover 

413 Salvage Corps, Liberty nr Fayette 

414 German and Howard 

415 Baltimore and Butaw 

416 Greene and German 

417 Greene and Portland 

418 Howard and Lexington 

419 Eutaw and Saratoga 
421 Western Police Station 

432 Baltimore and South 

423 Baltimore and Pine 

424 Fremont av and Lexington 
435 Baltimore and Poppleton 

420 Baltimore and CarroUton av 

437 Lexington and Greene 

438 Lexington and Schroeder 
429 Baltimore and Calhoun 
431 Pratt and Fremont av 

433 Pratt and Poppleton 

434 Pratt and Carey 

435 Mc Henry and Scott 

436 Lombard and Paca 

4il Carev and Edmondson av 

452 Lexington and Strieker 

453 Lanvale and Strieker 
461 Mount and McHenry 
463 Lombard and Monroe 

463 Ramsay and Gilmor 

464 S W Police Station 

465 Pratt and Payson 

471 Fulton av and Franklin 
473 Fulton and Patterson avs 

473 Gilmor and Mulberry 

474 Fulton and Lafayette aves 

475 Mount and Edmondson ave 
481 No ii Eno-ine House 

483 Wiikens ave an 1 Payson 

512 Charico ctiiu Lombard 

513 Lombard and Sharp 

514 Pratt and Eutaw 

516 Ostend and Warner 

517 Bayard and Ridgely 
519 Ridgely and Ostend 
531 Camden and Charles 

523 Eutaw and Conway 

524 Charles and Barre 

525 Hanover and Pratt 
.526 Sharp and Camden 

531 Fi'emont and Colvimbia ays 

532 Barre and Warner 

533 St Peter and Barre 

534 Ridgely and Hamburg 

535 Columbia ave and Wooster 
541 Eutaw and Henrietta 

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PATS P<jr,n 1 SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 

raiiirouw I PREMIER floor of America. 

542 Eu taw and West 

543 Battery ave and West 
545 Cross near Scott 

561 Leadenhall and Ostend 

563 Charles and Fort av 

613 Montgomerj' and William 

613 Hughes and Covington 

614 Hamburg and Johnson 
621 Cross and Covington 

623 Charles and Henrietta 

624 Sharp and Cross 

631 No 6 Truck House, Hanover 
712 Clement and Jackson 

FIKE AI.AKM STATIONS IN THE BELT 
ANNEXED TO BALTIMORE CITY. 

48 Landwehr Lane and Frederick ave 

281 No 6 Engine House, Belair Road 

282 Geoi'getown 

283 Harford Road, near Car Stables 

284 Oxford 

285 No 5 Engine House, Homestead 

291 Huntingdon ave and York Road. 

292 No 4 Engine House, Waverly 

293 Chestnut Hill ave and Old York Road 

294 Jenkins Lane 

349 No 3 Engine House, Fifth st, nr Charles-st ave 

384 Madison ave ext 

385 North and Park aves 

386 Linden ave and Whitelock la 

391 No 2 Engine House. Mary st, Clifton 

392 Huntingdon ave and Remington place 

393 Mount Vernon, Huntingdon ave ext 

394 No 7 Engine House, Hampden 

395 Falls Road and Fourth ave, Woodberrv 

396 CJnion ave and N C R R 

476 Lafayette ave, above B & P R R 
478 Franklin Road and McClelland st 

483 Frederick Road and Garrison Lane 

484 No 1 Engine House, Brunswick st & Fred'k rd 

485 Frederick Road and B & P R R 

491 Baltimore st and Calverton Road 

492 Baltimore st and Garrison Lane 

493 Calverton Road and Garrison Lane 

CHEMICAL EIRE DEPARTMENT IN THE 

ANNEX. 

Superintendent— Wm Dunn 
Engine No. 1— Brunswick near Frederick av 
Engine No. 2— Mary near Retreat 
Engine No. ;i— Fifth near Charles-st av 
Engine No. 4— Waverly 
Engine No. 5— Homestead 
Engine No. 6— Belair av near Sinclair la 
Engine No. 7— Hampden 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 7— Waverly 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. &— Frederick rd 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 9— Hampden 
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C. A. Gambrill ^ "«"'™'"« ™"™' 



Ho. 214 Comfflerce Street. 



HACK FAKKS. 

Make your barg'ain before entering 

To or from any depot or wharf, from or to any hotel or private 
residence in the city, one passenger, 75 cts 

Each additional passenger 25 cts 

Each trunk or piece of baggage that can be strapped on, 15 cts 

No charge for parcels put inside 

From any point within city limits to anothei', 75 cts for one pas- 
senger, each additional passenger 25 cts 

Carriage with driver, one hour, $1.50 

Each additional hour f 1; fractions of an hour, over 15 minutes, 
to be charged as an hour 

NIGHT RULES— For Hacks taken from the stand after 8 PM, 
from May 1 to September 3, inclusive, 75 cts for one passenger 

For each additional passenger 50 cts: same amount returning. 

From October 1 to April 30. inclusive, an additional allowance 
of 25 cents for carriage only 

HOKSK CAR OFFICES. 

Baltimore and Catonsville, Pratt c Smalhvood 

Baltimore and Powhatan Railway Co, 3203 w Baltimore 

Baltimore City Passenger, Baltimore c Calvert 

Baltimore, Pimlico & Pikesville Railway Co, Pa ave c North ave 

Central Railway Co, Preston c Jones Falls 

Citizens' Railway Co. Retreat c Francis 

Highlandtown and Point Breeze, 712 Eastern ave ext 

North Baltimore Passenger Railway Co. McMechen c Mt Royal . 

Peoples' Passenger Railway Co, Druid Hill ave c Retreat 

Union Passenger Railway Co, Pratt c Fiederickave 

York Road Railway, 6 n Holliday 

HOSPITALS, ASYLUMS AND INFIKMAKIES. 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital, 625 w Franklin 

Baltimore University, 23 n Bond 

Church Home and Infirmary, Broadway near Fairmount ave 

City Hospital. Calvert c Saratoga 

Dental Infirmary of the University of Maryland, Greene corner 

Cider al 
Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Monument c Ann 
Home for the Aged of the M. E. Church, Fulton c Franklin 
Home Hospital, 1905 Druid Hill ave 
Hospital for the Women of Maryland, 150 w Townsend 
Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Mosher c Di-uid Hill ave 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Broadway opp McElderry 
Maryland General Hospital, 809 Garden 
Maryland Hospital for the luL^ane, office 201 e German 
Maryland School for the Blind, North ave c Calvert 
Maryland Woman's Hospital, 112 e Saratoga 
Maternite Lying-in Asylum, 113 and 115 w Lombard 
Nursery and Child's Hosoital, Schroeder c Mulberry 
Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital, 1007 e Balto 
St Agnus Hospital, Wilkens ave ext 
St Joseph's General Hospital, Caroline c Hoffman 
St Vincent's Maternity Hospital, Division c Townsend 
Union Protestant Infirmary, Division near Mosher 
United States Marine, Remington ave 
University Hospital, 611 w Lombard 

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D AT APQfni SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
filliiriJUU I PREMIER FLOOR OF AMERICA. 

HOTEl.S. 

Academy, Howard c Frankliu 

ALBION HOTKL,, Cnthedral c Richmond 

AL.TAMONT (The), Eutaw pi c Lauvale 

Anchor Hotel, 610 and fil3 e Pratt 

Baltimore Stock Yard Go's, Brunswick ext 

Bijou, 334 St Paul 

Bristol (The), 1529 Eutaw pi 

Brook's, 211 e Fayette 

Bull's Head, 419 n Front 

Calverton, 209 Calverton rd 

Carrollton, 3 to 15 Li^ht c German 

Clareraont, Ciareraont Station, B & O R R 

Clarendon Pratt c Hanover 

Condon (The), 419 w Favette 

Ea^le, 1112 Hillen 

Eutaw House, Eutaw c Baltimore 

General Wayne, Baltimore c Paca 

HiRhlafid Park. SlinKluff ave 

Hotel Desch, 1427 n Chai-les 

HOTKL. LKCHLEK. 14 n Gay 

Hotel Rennert, Saratoga c Liberty 

HOWAKI> HOUSE, Howard near Baltimore 

Langham, 529 n Charles 

Malt by House. 20 e Pratt 

Mansion House. 38 e Fayette 

Miller's, 16 s Paca 

Moiuimental. 701 e Baltimore 

MT VERNON, 105 w Monument 

Niagara House, 314 w Camden 

Old Town, 319 n High 

Park Heighis Hotel, Pennsylvania ave ext 

Pepper's, 111 n HoUiday 

Piriilico, Park Heights ave 

ST JAMES, Charles c Centre 

Saratoga, Howard c Saratoga 

Shirley (The), 205 w Madison 

Three-Mile House, Relsterstown rd, near Pimlico ave 

Windsor, Calvert c Franklin 

I.IBKARIES. 

Baltimore City, City Hall 

Enoch Pratt Free Library, 106 w Mulberry; branches Fremont 

ave c Pitcher, HoUins c Calhoun, Canton c O'Donnell, Light c 

Gittings, and j-H n Broadway 
Library Company of the Baltimore Bar, Court House 
Librar.y of the Medical and Chirurgical Facultj^ of Maryland, St 

Paul c Saratoga 
Maryland Institute, Baltimore opp Harrison 
New Mercantile Library, Charles c Saratoga 
Peabody, Charles c Monument 
South Baltimore Mechanics, 135 e Montgomery 
AVorkingmen's Institute, Canton ave c Elliott 

MARKETS. 

Belair, Forrest from Hillen to Orleans 
Canton. O'Donnell from Potomac to Patuxent 
Centre, from Baltimore to Pratt, west of Jones Falls 

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C A Gamkill ^ *'*^'^''*<^thrihg company 



No. 214 Commerce Street. 



Cross Street, from Li^ht to Charles between Cross iuul West 
Fell's Point, IJroatlway from Canton ave to Thames 
Hano\ er, Hanover and Camden 
Hollins, Hollins s of Baltimore 

Lafayette, Cooke e from Pennsj^lvania ave to Fremont ave 
Lexington, Lexinj4ton from Pearl to Eutaw 
Northeastern, Chester from Monument to McElderry 
Kichmond, Howard from Armory pi to Biddle 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

T Kell Bradford, 2()0 Courtland street 

Murray Hanson, 20 iSt Paul street 

William H Masson, 4:ii» Exchange place 

Phil H Tucli, 307 n Culvert street 

Edward Kaine, 409 e Baltimore street, corner Postoffice ave 

Felix R Sullivan, 5 Chamber of Commerce 

W H Jones, 16 e Lexington street 

Walter S Wilkinson, 5 Chamber of Commerce 

Charles R Gallagher, 321 Second street 

W H H Raleigh, 106 Hopkins place 

Jasper N Berry, Jr, 325 St Paul street 

S S Boggs, Jr, Morse Building, 319 e Fayette street 



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PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS. 



ABELL— S E cor Baltimore and Eutaw 
AMERICAN— S W cor Baltimore and South 
ATHEN.*:UM— N W cor St Paul and Saratoga 
BALTIMORE AND OHIO CENTRAL— N W cor Baltimore and 

Calvert 
BLAG KSTONE— Lexington cor North 
CITY HALL— Lexington, Fayette, North and Holliday 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE— Second, "Holliday and Post 

Office av 
COMMERCIAL— N E cor Gay and Lombard 
CONSOLIDATED-S W cor South and German 
CUSTOM HOUSE-Gav and Lombard 
DONNELL- S W cor Gav and Lombard 
DRY GOODS EXCHANGE-16 Hanover 
EXCHANGE— Second near Post OtHce av 
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK— N W 

cor South and Lombard 
FIREMAN'S INSURANCE CO-N E cor South and Second 
FRANKLIN BANK-15 South 
GLENN— 12 St Paul 
GUEST— St Paul and Saratoga 
GUNTHER-Gay and Baltimore 
HAMILTON— Courtland near Saratoga 
HOEN— Holliday, Lexington and North 
JOHNSON— N W cor Fayette and Calvert 

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P J T J P^r, A 1 SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 

f 111 arovji; I PREMIER flodr of America. 

KEYS EPt— German and Calvert 

KNAPP'S— HoUiday opposite Lexington • ^ 

LAW— S W St Paul and Lexington 

LEXINGTON— Lexington cor Charles 

McCREERY— Hobkius pi and German 

MA R I X E RAN K— Gay cor Second 

MARSHALL— St Paul cor Lexington 

MARYLAND— Cor Post Office av and Second 

MECHANICS' BANK— S E cor Fayette and Calvert 

MOORE— S E cor Baltimore and Hanover 

MORSE— Fayette near North 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK Liberty. Gorman and 

Hopkins pi 

NEAL— S W cor Baltimore and Hollidav 

PEOPLE'S BANK— S W cor Hopkins pi and Lombard 

POSTOFFICE— Fayette cor Calvert 

POTOMAC— Post Office av near Baltimore 

RAINE'S— S W cor Baltimore and Post Office av 

RIALTO— S E cor Holliday and Second 

ROBINSON— Charles cor Saratoga 

SARATOGA— Calvert cor Saratoga 

SHRYOCK— Head of Union Docii 

SNEBLEY— Courtland near Lexington 

STOCK EXCHANGE— German near South 

SUN— S E cor Baltimore and South 

TEACKLE— Courtland near Lexington 

TELEPHONE— St Paul cor Bank la 

TRACY — Baltimore near Light 

THE NATIONAL BANK OF BALTIMORE— N E cor Balti- 
more and St Paul 

VICKERS— German near South 

WARD— N E cor Baltimore and Charles 

WILSON— Charles cor Saratoga 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION— Charles and 
Saratoga 

PUBI.IC HALLS. 

Alamo, 312 n Exeter 

Atlantic, 128 n Amity 

Bohemia. 930 a Broadway 

Broadway Institute, Broadway c Canton ave 

Central, Baltimore c Holliday 

Concordia Opera House and Societj' Hall, 16 to 20 s Eutaw 

Covenant, Howard c Lexington 

Cross-Street, Charles c Cross 

Draymen's, 125 South 

Druid's. 506 e Baltimore 

Dushane Post, 17 e Lexington 

Elks, Baltimore near Gay 

Germania Maennerchor, ■410 and 412 w Lombard 

Golden Eagle, 124 e Fayette 

Grain Carriers, 225 Commerce 

H Y M, Bond c Baltimore 

Hampden, Third ave c Roland ave 

Harlem, 714 n Strieker 

Harugari, 1012 e Baltim^ore 

HoUins Market, CarroUton ave c Hollins 

Ivanhoe, First ave. Canton 

Knapp's, 203 n Holliday 

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P K rQwhriin MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
\). a.. UdlllUlili I Ho. 214 Commerce Street. 

Lehman n's, b63 to ^5^) n Howard 

Leona, Fremont ave c Winchester 

Maryland, €47 w Baltimore 

Maryland Institute, Baltimore opp. Harrison 

Masonic, 3»'5 n Charles 

Mechanics. 317 w Fayette 

Mechanics' Library, 135 e Montgomery 

Metamora, 13 w Lombard 

MILBOURNE'S HALL, 6 Nortll 

Monitor, 300 s Central ave 

Mon\imental, Centre c St Paul 

Mozart, Hanover c Camden 

New Assembly Rooms, u e corner Lombard and Hanover 

Newton, 1114 to 1130 o Baltimore 

North Broadway Athletic Association, 1133 Harford ave 

Odd f ellows. Gay c Orange al 

Oratorio, 506 n Howard 

Orchestrion, 9 s Frederick 

Patterson, 1000 n Broadway 

Powhatan, Bond c Pratt 

Pythian, 139 n Gay 

Rechabite, 500 e Fayette 

Red Men's, 113 and 114 n Paca 

St Joseph's Lyceum, 303 s Eutaw 

Standard. 519 e Baltimore 

Trinity, 906 Trinity 

Turner, 416 e Baltimore 

Vincent Hall, 731 n Vincent 

Waverly. 1018 and 1030 York road 

White, 1630 Bank 

Wildey, Pratt near B«thel 

RAILROAD AGENCIES. 

Associated Railroads of Virginia and the Carolinas, 333 e German 

Atlantic Coast Line, 333 e German 

Central R R of Georgia, 205 e German 

Chesapeake and Ohio. (Kanawha Dispatch), 339 e German 

Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad, Keyser Building 

Empire Line, 9 Chamber of Commerce, and 605 North 

Kanawha Dispatch Fast Freight Line, 339 e German 

Paint Rock Line, 333 e German 

Piedmont Air Line, 338 e German 

Richmond and Danville, Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Dispatch, 

18 8 Holliday 
Savannah, Florida and Western Railroad, 305 e German 
Seaboard Air Line. 333 e German 
Seaboard and Roanoke R R, 337 e German 
Surry, Sussex and Southampton Railway, 508 Union Dock 
Union Pacific Railroad, 317 e Baltimore 
Virginia Midland Railroad, 233 e German 
Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia Air Line, 139 e Baltimore 
Waycross Short Line, 305 e German 
WEST VIRGINIA CENTRAL & PITTSBURGH RAILW'Y CO 

213 e German 
Western Maryland Railroad Co, 317 e German 
YORK RIVER LINE, ticket office. 317 e Baltimore 

ADVERTISING IS THE ONL.Y WAY 

of Reaching the Public Thoroughly 
and Effectually. Send Your Orders to 
The National AdTertisims Bvreau. 

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PREMIER FLODR OF AMERICA, 



KAILKOAD DEPOTS. 

Baltimore and Ohio and Wasliington— Camden, between Eutaw 

and Howard 
Northei-n Central— Calvert and Franklin 

Baltimore and Potomac— Cahert Station and Pennsylvania ave 
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore— President, and Union 

Station, n Charles 
Western Maryland— Hillen. and Fulton Station 
Drum Point— West and Kid^'-ely 
Maryland Central— North ave and Oak 

UNION KAILKOAD DEPOT. 

Connects with all the principal lines; it is located on n Charles 
street near North ave, and occupies considerable ground along 
the Falls; entrance from Charles street; travelers to New York, 
Pennsylvania and Washington may go from here 

KAILKOAD OFFICES. 

Annapolis and Baltimore Short Line R R, 112 s Eutaw 

Baltimore and Drum Point R R Co, 10 South 

Baltimore and Ohio R R, Central Bldg. liatimore and Calvert 

Baltimore and Potomac, Balto c ('ahert, and Calvert c Centre 

Baltimore and Sparrow Point R R, 27 Chamber of Commerce 

Catonsvllle Branch Pa R R, Calvert c Baltimore 

Maryland Central, 9 St Paul and Nor-th ave c Oak 

Northern Central, Baltimore c Calvert, and Calvert c Centre; 

also Pennsj'lvanla 
Pennsylvania R R, Calvert c Baltimore 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore, Baltimore c Calvert, 

and President c Canton ave 
Union, Calvert c Centre 
Western Maryland, Hillen c Exeter 

KAILKOAD TICKET KKOKEKS. 

Beekman G E. 223 e Baltimore 
Dorsey U W, 2ia e Baltimore 
Wright & Spleidt, 125 e Baltimore 

STEAMBOAT LINES. 

Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Co, J A Shriver, pres, 3 

Light-st wharf 
Baltimore, Chesapeake and Richmond Steamboat Co, Keuben 

Foster, general manager, 222 Light-st wharf 
Baltimore Steam Packet Co, (Old Bay Line), genl office, 227 e 

German, Ticket office, 129 e Baltimore 
Bay Ridge Steamboat Co, 324 Light-st wharf 
Ceutreville and Corsica River Steamboat Co, piers 12 and 13 

Light-st wharf 
Chester River Steamboat Co. pier 7 Light-st wharf 
Cho]>tauk Steamboat Co. T>ier 11 Light-st wharf 

EASTERN SHORE STEAMBOAT CO) S.^sSlf.^ ^^•="'- 

Maryland and Virginia Steamboat Co, pier 14 Lighi-st wharf 
Maryland Steamboat Co, 3U2 Light 
Nanticoke Steamboat Co, 10 Light-st wharf 



FULL} 

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INFOKMATION KESPECTING NEWSPAVEK 
AdvertiBinfr Furnished Free by Th« N»ti«u») 

Advertising Bureau, Nortlivrest Corner 
Baltiiuore and North Streets, Ualtimere, M4 



f A fiflmhriinMANUEACTURIHGCOMPAHY 
\). h.. UamUilll] So. 214 Commerce Street. 

Newbern and Washington, N. C. ( R Foster, general manager). 

Pier 18 Light-st wharf, and 1^9 e Baltimore 
New York and Baltimore Transportation Line, J A Shriver, 

president. 3 Light-st wharf 
Potomac Transportation Line, pier 18 Light-st wharf 
Roanoke, Norfolk and Baltimore Steamboat Co, 233 and 225 

Smith's wharf 
RICHMOND AND YORK RIVER LINE, (Reuben Foster, man- 
ager). 222 Light— see adv 
Sassafras River Steamboat Co, pier 6 Light-st wharf 
Tolchester and Chesa]ieake Steamboat Co, pier 16 Light-st whf 
WI?I?MQl T TNI? for Patuxent and Rappahannock Rivers, 428 
n L li 111 L 1 11 £i Light street wharf 
Wheeler Transportation Line, pier 5 Light-st wharf 
York River Line, Reuben Foster general manager, 222 Light. 

STEAMSHIP LINES. 

Allan Line, (A Scheumacher & Co, agents), 5 s Gay 

Atlantic Transport Line, 409 Second 

Blue Cross Line, to London and Glasgow, 100 a Gay 

Campagnie Generale Trans- Atlantique French Line to Havre, 

27 South 
Cromwell Line (The), 304 Second 
Canard Line, 21 e Baltimore 
Elers Royal Mail Line, F Shriver, 204 Light 
Empire Line. 409 Second 

Furness Line, Blackstone Building-, North c Lexington 
Guion Line, 21 e Baltimore 

Hamburg-American Packet Co, Baltimore c Postoffioe ave, and 
_40» Second 

Hooper's Line for Liverpool, Lombard c Gay 
Inman Line, 21 e Baltirriore 

Johnston Line to Liverpool, 18 Donnell building, 100 s Gay 
Lord Line, 409 Second 
Mallorv Steamship Line, 203 e German 

MERCHANTS & MINERS' TRANSPORTATION LINE, 

A L Huggins general agent, ft of Long Dock 
Neptune Line, 11 s Gay 

New York and Texas Steamship Co, 303 e German 
North German Lloyds. 5 s Gay 
Robert M Sloman's Brazil Line, 100 s Gay 
State Line, 319 Second and 3 n Holliday 
Southern Pacific Co, Morgan's Louisiana and Texas R R and S S 

Co. Sunset Route, 204 Light 
West India and Pacific, 11 s Gay 
White Star Line, 21 e Baltimore 
Wilson Line, North c Lexington 

STREET CAR LINES. 

MADISON AVENUE AND BROADWAY LINE. 

From Thames street to Druid Hill Park, via Thames, Broad- 
waay, Baltimore, Eutaw and Madison avenue. 

Your Newspaper Advertising Ton Need 
the Services of The National Advertise 
ing Bureau. Northwest Comer of 
BaJltimore and North St-^ets. 

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PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



CANTON LINE. 

Druid Hill Park to Canton, via Cumberland street, Penn- 
sylvania avenue, Greene. Baltimore, Albemarle streets. Eastern 
and Central avenues. Bank, Patterson Park avenue, Essex, Lan- 
caster, Chesapeake, Elliott and Toome streets to Hig-hland ave- 
nue. Keturn via Hig:hland avenue, Toome. Clinton. Elliott, 
Chesapeake, Lancaster and Essex streets, Patterson Park ave- 
nue. Bank, Central and Eastern avenues to Cumberland street 
and Druid Hill Park. 

FRANKLIN SQUARE LINE. 

From Baltimore Cemetery to west end of Baltimore street, 
via Gay and Baltimore streets. 

NORTH AND SOUTH BALTIMORE LINE. 

From St. Paul and Huntlnjfdon avenue, via St, Paul street, 
North avenue, Charles, Read, Calvert, Baltimore, Hanover, 
Montgomery and Light streets to foot of Marshall avenue. 
Return via Marshall avenue. Light, Montgomery, Sharp, Balti- 
more, Calvert, Read and Charles streets. North avenue, St. Paul 
street to Huntingdon avenue. 

HALL'S SPRINGS LINE, 

From North and Fayette streets, via South, Exchange 
Place. HoUiday, Fayette, Aisquith, Madison, Central and Har- 
ford avenues, Darley Park, connecting with cars for Hall's 

Springs. „ 

^ ORLEANS STREET LIKE. 

Going East ■ (Camden Station) Camden street, Evtaw, Bal- 
timore, AiS(iuith, Orleans, Patterson Park avenue terminus. 

Going West ~ Patterson Park a\enue. Monument street, 
Chester, Jefferson, Broadway, Orleans, Aisquith, Fayette, Gay, 
Baltimore, Eutaw, Camden (terminus), Camden Station. 

EUTAW STREET AND CAMDEN DEPOT, 

From Baltimore street along Eutaw to Camden depot. 
CITIZENS' RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Going East— From Druid Hill Part to Pennsylvania avenue. 
Cumberland, Gilmor, Mosber, Carrollton avenue. Fayette, How- 
ard, Lombard, Exeter and Pratt streets to Patterson Park 
avenue. Returning from Patterson Park, via Baltimore street 
to Ann. Pratt, Exeter, l,onibard. South, North, Fayette. Carey, 
Townsend. Strieker. Cumberland. Pennsylvania avenue and 
terminus at Druid Hill Park. 

Citizens'' Railway Company's Additional Route. 

Running from Druid Hill Park to Pennsylvania avenue, 
Cumberland, Gi mor, Fayette. Howard, Lombard to Exchange 
Place. Roturuiuyr via South, North, Fayette, Gilmor, Cumber- 
land, Pennsylvania avenue to Druid Hill Park. 



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LINJDKN AVKNUK 1.1NE. 

From Charles street and North avenue to City Hall on the 
following streets : North avenue, McMechen, Linden avenue. 
Howard, Lexington. Charles, German, South, Exchange Place 
and Holliday street. 

MARYLAND AVENUK AND WAVEKLY LINE.- 

From AVaverly and from Huntingdon avenue, York road to 
City Hall on the following streets : Waverly avenue, St. Paul, 
Huntington avenue, Charles street. North and Maryland ave- 
nues. Biddle, Howard, Lexington. Charles, German, South. Ex- 
change Place and Holliday street. 

EDMONDSON AVENUE LINE. 

From Edmondson and Fulton avenues to City Hall via the 
following streets: Edmondson avenue, Fremont, Franklin, 
Howard, Lexington, Charles, German, South, Exchange Place 
and Holliday street. 

CENTRE STREET LINE. 

From Johns Hopkins Hospital to Howard and Franklin 
streets, via Monument, Hillen, High, Centre and Howard 
streets, connecting with all the lines of the North Baltimore 
Railway Company. 

3IOSHER STREET LINE. 

From Fremont street and Edmondson avenue to North and 
Linden avenues, via Fremont, Mosher, Division. McMechen and 
Linden avenue. 

CAMDEN STATION LINE. 

From B. & O. Depot to Franklin and Howard. 

The last three lines connect with all the lines of the North 
Baltimore Passenger Railway Company without extra charge 
for transfers. 

CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY. 

«From Fulton Avenue Station to Broadwa.y Market, via th« 
following streets : Fulton avenue, Lanvale, Argyle avenue. 
Dolphin, Myrtle avenue, Biddle, Preston, Caroline, Lancaster 
and Broadway Market. 

UNION PASSENGER RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Main Stem— Huntingdon avenue to Light street wharf, via 
the following streets : Huntingdon avenue, Maryland avenue, 
Biddle street, Park avenue. Liberty, Howard, Conway streets 
to Light street wharf. 

Park Avenue Line.— Mt. Clare. Columbia and Park avenues 
to Druid Hill Park. 

Mount Vernon, Hampden and Woodberry Line— Running 
from Huntington avenue to stables. 

Light street wharf to West Baltimore, via Conway, Howard, 
Lombard, Pratt to Frederick road and return. 

Maryland Avenue Line.— From Huntingdon avenue near 

TO SECURE THE BEST POSSIBLE RESDLTS ^ 5?°.'? 

paper Advertising:, Consult The National Adrertislnf 
Bureau, N W cor Baltimore and North Streets, 

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Oak. via Maryland avenue, I3iddle, Park avenue, Liberty, How- 
ard and Conway sti-eets to Light street wharf. 

PEOPLK\S RAILWAY. 

Main Line from Druid Hill Park via Druid Hill avenue. 
Paca, Camden, Howard, Conway and Charles streets. Fort ave- 
nue to Fort McHenry. Branch line from foot of Ridgely street, 
via Fremont, Paca, Camden, Howard, C'onway, Charles, Ger- 
man. South, Exchange Place and HoUiday stieet to City Hall. 
HIGHLANDTOAVN RAILWAY, 

From Highlandtown via Eastern avenue. Bond, Gough, 
Stiles, Pratt, Soutb, Exchange Place. Holliday, Fayette, North. 
South. Return same route. Transfer cars run from Gough and 
Eden streets along Eden to Lombard, Exeter to Western Mary- 
land depot. 

YORK ROAD RAILWAY. 

From Baltimore and tlolliday streets to Waverly, Govans- 
town and Towson. 

BALTIMORE AND POWHATAN RAILWAY. 

From Terminus of Edmondson avenue cars, Edmondson 
avenue near Mount street. 
BALTIMORE, PIMLICO AND PIKKSVILLE RAILWAY 

From North and Pennsylvania avenues. 

CATONSA ILLE RAILWAY. 

Union Passenger. City Passenger, Citizens' and North Bal- 
timore Lines connect with Catonsville cars at Fayette and 
Liberty, and Baltimore and Liberty streets. Pratt and Lom- 
bard street cars run to station. West Baltimore street. 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES AND OFFICES 

American District Telegraph Co, Jas B Yeakle, gen mngr. Ex- 
ecutive office 13 n Eutaw; first district, s w c Baltimore and 
Calvert; second. 13 n Eutaw; third, 209 Richmond; fourth. 
Carey c Edraondsan av; tifth, 308 s Broadwaj^; branch offices. 
Gay c Lombard; 209 Richmond; Light c Pi-att; Hotel Rennert; 
Aliceanna c Chester and Chamber of Commerce , 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, City Hall 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co, S D Spriggs, mngr, main office, 4 B 
Holliday; branches, 202 Light, Balto c Hopkins pi, 2130 Alice- 
anna, Chamber Commerce, Calverton Stock Yards. Stock Ex- 
change, 233 e Balto, 408 w Balto, 702 Madison av, 410 Exchange 
pi, and Aliceanna c Boston 

Western Union Telegraph Co, Richard Bloxham. mngr, s w c 
Balto and Calvert; branch offices, CarroUton Hotel, Scott c 
Pratt. Fulton Station. St James Hotel, Aliceanna c Chester, 
202 Light- St wharf, Corn and Flour Exchange, 427 Exchange 
pi. Bay View Station, 13 ri Eutaw, 209 Richmond, 1214 Edmond- 
son av. Union Depot, Calvert Station, 11 Hopkins pi. Stock 
Exchange Building. 229 South, 308 s Bdway, Camden Station, 
Calverton Stock Yard, Ciaremont Stack Yards, Wilhelm's 
Hotel, President St Station, Mt Clare, 321 Wilson, Hotel Ren- 
nert, Charles c North av, foot of Cross, Locust Point and Can- 
ton Ferry 

In Regard to Advertising FuI^ 

nished Free of Cost by the Na 

tional Advertisftng Bureau, 

Baltimore, Md. 

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f. i nQTTlhT'illlM^FACTURlSG COMPANY 
VJ. ii. uamuilll J- Ho. 214 commerce Street. 

TKl.KrHONi: t'OMPAMIKS. 

CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO, 

A Wilson, jr, supt, 7 St Paul 

THEATKKS. 

Harri"?' Academy of Music— Howard street near Centre, is a 

large, first class opera house, with a seating- capacity of 3,000; 

and a sjiecial Concert Hall, seating? more than 1300 people; 

the building was erected at a cost of $400,000. Business with 

the manager from 10 A M to \2 M daily, at the theatre 
Ford's Grand Opera House— Fayette Street near Eutaw^ has a 

national reputation, and gives first class performances only. 

Seating capacity 2050, Messrs Ford, the proprietors, may be 

seen daily up to noon at the theatre 
Holliday Street Theatre— Opposite City Hall, seats 1350 persons 
Lyceum Theatre— On North Charles street, seats 1486 persons 
Concordia Opera House and Society, 16 s EXitaw 
Forepaugh's, 235 n Charles 
Kelley's Front Street, Front corner Low 
Monumental. Baltimore corner Jones Falls 
Theatre Comique, 1 s Frederick 
The prices in all of these houses range from 25 cents up to $1, 

excepting special productions. 

TRANSFER— GENERAL. 

Baltimore Storage and Transfer Warehouse, 811 Greenm't av 

Baltimore Transfer Company, 217 e Baltimore 

Cential Transfer Company, F M Gorsuch, propr, 306 North 

Christ Philip, 406 s Charles 

Elgert J W, 110 s Frederick 

Elgert Wm C. 110 s Frederick 

GEIGAN & CO, 205 e Baltimore 

Gorsuch J H & Son, 306 North 

McFarland & Stephenson, 400 s Eutaw 

Merchants' Transfer Company, 110 s Frederick 

Peddicord J H, 10 North 

Rosendorn Geo, 110 s Frederick 

Smith & Murray, 540 w Townsend 

Tipton John W & Co, 381 e Fayette 

Union Transfer Company, 200 e Baltimore 

Wagner Wm H, 229 s Exeter 

Whiting Geo F, 1814 Thames 

U. S. OFFICES IN BALTIMORE. 

Custom House, cor Gay and Baltimore 

U S Sub Treasury, orfice Custom House 

Internal Revenue, office over Postoffice 

U S Navy Pay Office, Custom House, Arthur T Pritchard. U S N. 

Pay Director 
Commissary U S Army, 18 w Saratoga 
Quartermaster U S Army, 18 w Saratoga 
U S Army Engineer's Office, 1734 St Paul 



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U S.Supervising Inspector of Steamboats, office second story 
Custom House ^ ^ ^ 

U S Local Inspectors Steam Vessels, office second story Custom 
House 

Light Bouse Engineer's Office, 5th and 6th Districts, 18 w Sara- 
toga 

Light House Inspector's Office. 323 n Charles 

U S Signal Service Station, S W cor Baltimore and HoUiday 

U S Shipping Commission, Lombard st basement Custom House 

U S Hydrogmphic Office (Branch), Post Office 



WHARVES AND DOCKS. 

ABBOTT IRON CO'S, fm Boston ft of Burke and Hudson, Ca'n 

ABRAHAM'S, fm 1413 Thames 

ALLER'S, ft Leadenhall 

APSLEY'S, ft of Patapsco, Canton. 

ARTESIAN WATERING AND BALLAST, ft of Hughes 

ATLANTIC, ft of O'Donnell and Patapsco 

AUGHINBAUGH'S, fm Boston ft of Concord 

BAKER BROS', ft of Eutaw 

BARER, WHITELEY COAL GO'S, ft of Eighth and Ninth avs, 

also ft of Canton, Canton 
BALTIMORE BOAT CLUB, intersection Henry and Hammond 
BALTIMORE COAL TAR CO'S, ft of Barney. 
BALTIMORE COPPER WORKS, ft of Third av. Canton 
B & O R R CO'S, ft of Patuxent; ft of Caroline; ft of Fell and 

Locust Points 
B & O R R CO'S PIERS, Locust Point 
BALTIMORE & SLSQUEHANNA STEAMBOAT CO'S, Block 

west of Drawbridge 
BALTIMORE GAS CO'S, ft of Second av, Canton 
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO'S PIER, ft of Patuxent and 

ft of Concord 
BALTIMORE STORAGE AND LIGHTERAGE CO'S. ft of 

Ninth av. Canton 
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO'S, Clinton near Fourth av 
BEACHAM'S, near ft of Montgomery 
BELT'S, fm Fell south of Thames 
BIEMILLER'S ft of Bayard 

BIXLER'S, ft of Covington, south side of Basin 
BLACK. SHERIDAN & WILSOM'S, ft of Towson, Locust Point 
BOLLMAN'S, ft of Second av. Canton 
BONDAY'S. ft of Ann 
BOOTH'S, ft of Lancaster 
BOOZE'S, ft of Lee 

BOSTON STEAMSHIP, ft of McElderry's Wharf 
BOW LEY'S, south fm 217 E Pratt 
BOYCE'S, ft of Decatur, Locust Point 
BOYER'S, fm 1319 Philpot 

BRADLEY FERTILIZING CO'S, ft of Andre, Locust Point 
BROADWAY AND LOCUST POINT FERRY, ft of Broadway 

and ft of Haubert 

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Northwest CorHer Baltiaiore and North Streets. 

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r. A namhT'illl MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
U. ii. uamuim j j),, ^14 commerce Street. 

IJllOWWS, (C H) it Fifth av. Canton 

BROWN'S, ft of Broadway 

BUCHANAN'S, fm 515 E Pratt 

BURKE'S, ft of Broadway 

CAMDEN CONSOLIDATED OIL GO'S, ft of Andre,Middle Br'h 

CANTON CHEMICAL CO'S, ft of Tentb av 

CANTON MARINE RAILWAY, ft of Luzerne 

CANTON CO'S, ft of Burke; ft of Leakin; ft of Gwynne; ft of 

Fifth av, and ft of Luzerne, Canton 
CANTON OYSTER, fm 2301 Boston 

CANTON SUGAR REFINING CO'S, fm Aliceanna ft of Chester 
CENTRAL COAL CO'S. ft of Ludlow, Locust Point 
CHARLES STREET WHARF, ft of Charles 
CHASE'S, fm 1401 Thames 

CHESAPEAKE, ft of Lawrence, Locust Point 
CITY DOCK, ft of West P^alls av 
CITY WHARVES, ft of Cross and intersection of Lancaster at 

Caroline. 
CLARK J AS & CO'S, ft of Webster, south side of Basin 
COCHRAN-OLER ICE CO'S, ft of Burke, Canton 
COMMERCIAL, fm 1713 Thames 

CONSOLIDATED COAL CO'S, ft of Jones, Locust Point 
CONSOLIDATED GAS CO'S, ft of First av, Canton, and ft of 

Heath, Middle Branch 
COOPER'S, fm 1317 Philpot 
CORNER & SONS, ft of Ann 
COTTON PRESS CO'S. ft of Bond 
COUNSELMAN'S, ft of Wills 
COUNTY, ft of Broadway 
DAVISON'S, near ft of Lancaster 
DEN ME AD'S, fm Boston ft of Elliott 
DIGGS BROS', ft of Butaw 
DONNELL'S, ft of Fell, west side 
DRY DOCK, ft of Fort av 
DUGAN'S, f m 611 E Pratt 
DUNNINGTON'S, ft of Hughes 
ELLICOTT'S, ft of West, south side of Basin 
ELLIS', fm Boston ft oi Concord 
EVANS, near ft of York 
EVANS & DAY'S, fm Boston near Patuxent 
FAIT & WINEBRENNER'S, fra Aliceanna near Boston 
FARREN'S. f m Boston ft of Concord 
FENHAGEN'S, fm Aliceanna near Washing-ton 
FISH AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE, ft of Wolfe 
FOLEY'S, ft of Eleventh av. Canton 
FOOTE'S, fm Boston ft of Gwynne 
FREDERICK'S ICE WHARF, ft of Covington 
FREDERICK STREET DOCK, ft of J-rederick 
FREEMAN & SHAW'S, fm Boston near Bridge 
GIBBS PRESERVING CO'S. fm Boston ft of Burke 
GIBSON'S, fm 948 Fell 
GRAFFLIN'S, ft of Tenth av. Canton 
HAMILTON'S, ft of Decatur, Locust Point 
HANOVER STREET WHARF, ft of Hanover 
HEMINGWAY & CO'S, ft of West 
HENDERSON'S, fm near ft of Fell 



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HOOPER'S., ft of Wolfe 

HORN'S, fra Boston to Aliceanna 

HORNER'S, ft of Webster, Locust Point 

HUGHES QUAY, intersection of Light and Lee 

JACKSON'S, iN C R R) fm 1413 Thames 

JENKINS', fm Philpot west of Thames 

JOHNSON'S, near ft of Ludlow, Locust Point 

KEAGLE & GEUDER'S, Middle Branch, near Fort McHenry 

KERR'S, ft of Wills 

KRAFT'S, near ft of Cross 
LANFAIR'S, ft of Broadway 
LANGRALL'S, fm Aliceanna near Chester 

LAZARETTO POINT, ft Clinton. Canton 

LEE STREET WHARF, fra Light at ft of Lee 

LIGHT STREET WHARVES. Light fm Pratt to Lee 
Piers 1 to 3 bet Pratt and Camden 
Piers 4 to 7 bet Camden and Conway 
Piers 8 to 10 bet Conway and Barre 
Piei-s 11 to 18 bet Barre and Lee 

LONG DOCK, ft Centre Market Space 

LUDDINGTON'S, ft of Thames 

MAGNE & CHIPMAN'S, ft of Luzerne, Canton 

MALLORY'S, [E B & Co), ft of Lancaster and Thames 

MALTBY'S, West Falls av and Block 

MARYLAND FERTILIZING CO'S, ft of Tenth av, Canton 

MARINE RAILWAY, ft Point 

McCLURE'S DOCK, bet Commerce and South 

McCOMAS', ft of York and Johnson 

McCULLOUGH'S, ft of Howard 

McELDERRl'''S. east side of Long Dock 

McGRATH'S, ft of Patapsco, Canton 

McMURRAY'S, ftof Cross ,^ ^^ 

MERCHANTS & MINERS' TRANSP'T CO'S, ft McElderry's Wf 

MILLER BROTHERS & CO'S, ft of Thames 

MILLER (Chas & Co's) fm Boston ft of Leakln 

MOORE & BRADY"S, ft of Montgomery 

MURRAY, JAMES & SON'S, ft of York 

NICOL'S, fm Aliceanna near Boston 

NORFOLK STEAMBOAT CO'S, ft Concord; also ft of Patuxent 

NCR ELEVATOR, ft of Sixth av. Canton 

NCR STEAMSHIP PIER, ft of Eighth av. Canton 

NCR CO'S. ft of Patterson; ft of Bond, and Piers 1,2 and 3 Clin- 
ton near Seventh av 

NUMSON & SON'S, near ft of West 

OBER'S ft of Hull. Locust Point f 

O'DONNELL'S. fm 603 E Pratt 

PATAPSCO GUANO CO'S. fm Philpot east of Point 

PATTERSON'S, ft of Burke and ft of Patterson 

PATTERSON'S (N C R) ft of Commerce and Patterson 

PEARSON'S, ft of Webster, south side of Basin 

PHOENIX, east of Winan's Cove, Middle Branch 

P W & B R R CO'S, ft of Patuxent, Canton 

PLATT & CO'S, ft of Boyle, south side of Basin 

POTOMAC PIERS. 11 and 13, Locust Point 

PRATT & CALLOW'S, ft of Covington and ft Towson. L P 



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MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
No. 214 Commerce Street. 



PRATT STREET WHARF, Pratt fm Light to Rowley s Wharf 

RAMSAY'S, ft of Allen, Locust Point 

RANSTEAD'S, ft of Rush 

REEDER'S, ft of Johnson 

REE HERS & CD'S, ft of Cross 

REESE'S, near ft of Ludlow, Locust Point 

RIEMAN'S, ft of Jones, Locust Point 

ROANOKE, NORFOLK & RALTO S S GO'S, opp 223 Smith's Wf 

ROMAN'S, ft of Hull, Locust Point 

ROSS', ft of Haubert, Locust Point 

ROWE'S, fm Boston ft of Gwynne 

SCHOENBERG & UO'S, ft of Wolfe 

SCREW DOCK, from UVS Thames 

SHAW BROS', ft of Jones, Locust Point 

SHRYOCK'S, Philpot, Thames and Caroline 
SKINNER'S, ft of Cross 

SLINGLUFF'S, ft of Winder 

SMITH'S, ft of Gay, east side 

SOUTH STREET WHARF, ft of South 

SPEAR'S, fm 419 E Pratt 

SPEDDEN'S, ft|of Broadway 

STABLER'S ft of William 

STANSBURY'S, fm Aliceanna near Boston 

STEWART'S, fm Fell near ft of Ann 

STICKNEY'S, Lazaretto Poim, Canton 

SWANN'S, f m corner of Fell and Wolfe 

SYMINGTON & BRO'S, ft of Andre, Middle Branch 

TAYLOR'S, fm Block east of the drawbridge 

TAYLOR'S (Wra), fm Aliceanna near Boston 

TERRY, LARA & CO'S, ft of Ann 

THOMPSON'S, f m Aliceanna near Chester 

TUNIS LUMBER CO'S WHARF, ft of Binney, Canton 

TYLER'S, fm Boston ft Luzerne 

TYSON'S, ft of Eighth av. Canton 

UNION DOCK, ft of Concord 

WAGNER'S, ft of Concord. Canton 

WALTERS' DISTILLERY, ft of Fourth av. Canton 

WARD'S, ft of Fourth av. Canton 

WATER'S, Northeast corner of Fell and Wolfe 

WELLENER'S. fm 1317 Phiipot 

WI LLING, HUNT & CO'S, fm Boston ft of Gwvnne 

WILLS STREET WHARF, ft of Wills 

WINAN'S, ft of Covington and ft of Kelso 

AVOODALL &COS SHIP YARD, ft of Allen 

WOODSIDE & GRIFFITH'S, south side of Basin 

YOUNG, J S & CO'S, ft of Patapsco Canton 

ZELL & CO'S, ft of Lawrence, Locust Point 



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ACADEMIES AND SEMINARIES. 

NOTBP DAMF °^ Maryland, Embia Postoffice, Baltimore 

ADVERTISING AGENTS. 

THE NATIONAL ADVERTISING BUREAU, ''SfS^'Jfre 

streets. The only establishment in Baltimore or the South 
transacting a general and entirely reliable advertising business 

ADJUSTERS OF AVERAGES (FIRE). 

BENNETT RUFUS, 413 Second st 
DEMING J C, 313 Second st 

AGENTS— ADVERTISING, 

THE NATIONAL ADVERTISING BUREAU, N W corner 
Baltimore and North sts, prepare and insert advertisements 
In all newspapers and magazines at the lowest possible rates 

AGENTS— FORWARDING AND COLLECTING. 

SHALLUS FRANK H, 55 S Gay st 

AGENTS— LAW AND COLLECTION. 

SELDEN & COMPANY, Baltimore and Charles Sts. 

SELDEN R D, manager Selden & Company's Law and Col- 
lection Agency, 1 N Charles st 
QIIDTVCD BXDTTPTT J?r TA Bank of Baltimore Build- 
Onnlll!jn, DAnlLCill a lU, ing. Balto and st Paul sts 
THOM H R MAYO & CO. Charles and Saratoga sts 

APOTHECARIES. 

BLANET F M, S E corner Pratt and Gilmor sts 

BRACK CHARLES E. N W corner Ensor and Forrest sts 

KAHN & CO, 908 Madison av 

KAHN MOSES S, Fayette corner Poppleton st 

KAHN M S & CO, Lexington corner Liberty st 

MOORE & COPPER, 2U W Lexington st 

SMITH J CHARLES (Hancock Pharmacy). Balto st and Bdway 

ll^yUDTTQUBQ (. Will Save Time and Money by Doing 
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AMiVllINITION. 

ALFOKD A G & CO. 235 E Baltimore st. 

ARCHITECTS. 

BALDWIN & PENNINGTON, 44 South st 

ATTORNEYS AT I. AW. 

ANDERSON W H H, 14 E Lexington st 

BENZINGEK & CALDWELL, Bank of Baltimore Building 

DUVALL THOMAS W R, Charles and Saratoga sts 

GARITEE CHxlRLES E, 112 E Fayette St. 

HILL CHARLES E. 1« E Lexington st 

HANSON MURRAY, S W corner St Paul and Fayette sts 

HOUSEMAN M H, 9 St Paul st 

MANN & CO, 303 E Baltimore st 

MULLIN MICHAEL A, 23 E Lexington st 

PRICE & STEUART, 313 E German st 

POE CHARLES, 1 N Charles st 

SAVAGE & TAYLOR, 106 E Saratoga st 

SELDEN ROLLING, Baltimore and Charles sts 

STEELE, SEMMES & CAREY, Bank of Baltimore Building 

STIRLING ARCHIBALD, 300 N Calvert st 

TAYLOR WINFIELD J, 9 St Paul st 

AUCTIONEERS. 

GROTJAN, MITCHELL & CO, 23 Hopkins pi 
MATTHEWS & KIRKLAND, 32 and 34 S Charles 

SOPER EDWARD & CO, 48 S Charles st 

BAGGAGE EXPRESS. 

GEIGAN & CO, 205 E Baltimore st 

BAG FACTORY, 

GRAFFLIN JOHN C CO (THE), 2U9 South st 

BAKING POWDER MANUFACTURERS. 

PATAPSCO BAKING POWDER CO, 13 to 19 Balderston st 
SMITH, HOPEL & CO, 335 and 343 McElderry's wharf 

BAKING POTik^DERS. 

PATAPSCO BAKING POWDER, 13 to 19 Balderston st 
ROLAN BAKING POWDER, 335 and 343 McElderry's whf 

BAKERS' SUPPLIES. 

BATORL I & CO, 123 and 134 S Howard 

BANKERS. 

BROWN & LOWNDES, 308 E German st 
FISHER & SHAW, 4 S Calvert st 
KUMMER & BECKER, 33 South st 
MIDDENDORF. OLIVER & CO, 313 E German st 
WHITRIDGE JOHN A, 345 E German st 
WINCHESTER WM, 306 Second st 

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BARBERS' SUPPLIES. 

LANG J J & CO, 424 W Pratt st 

BASE BALL GOODS. 
ALFORD A G & CO. 235 E Baltimore st 

BED AND BEDDING. 
WEEMS JOHN C & BRO, 331 N Howard st 

BICYCLES. ^ 

BALTIMORE BICYCLE CO (THE), Safety Bicycles, 

116 N Howard st 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

BALTIMORE PUBLISHING CO (THE), 106 E Baltimore st 
GUSHING & COMPANY, 34 W Baltimore st 
DULANY W J C & CO, 3 E Baltimore st, 
GLASS D W & CO, 12 W Baltimore st 
MEDAIRY J H & CO, 5 N Howard st 

BOILER CLEANSING COMPOUND. 

LORD HENRY W, 204 Hanover st 

BOILER WORKS. 

BASSHOR THOMAS C & CO. 28 Light st 
FROEHLICH JOHN C, Point and Philpot sts 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

BALTIMORE NEWS COMPANY (THE), Sun Building 

BALTIMORE PUBLISHING CO (THE), 106 E Baltimore st 

CURLANDER M, 208 N Calvert st 

GUSHING & CO, 34 W Baltimore st 

DIEK H W & CO, 104 W Baltimore st 

DULANY WM J C & CO, 8 E Baltimore st 

GLASS D W & CO, 12 W Baltimore st 

HARRISON W E C. 224 E Baltimore st 

LOBE M I & CO, 13 W Baltimore st 

LYCETT THOMAS E & CO. 311 N Charles st 

MEDAIRY J H & CO, 5 N Howard st 

METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY, 118 E Baltimore st 

PIPPEN WM V,327 N Charles st 

SMIPH JACOB, 837 N Howard st 

WHARTON. BARRON & CO, 10 E Fayette 

WILSON J EDGAR & CO, St Paul and Fayette sts 

BOOT & SHOE JOBBERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS. 

STEVENSON, ALEXANDER & CATOR, 41 Hopkins pi 
YOUNG, CREIGHTON & DIGGS, 21 Hopkins pi 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

STASSFORT D H, 116 E Fayette st 



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BOTTLING WORKS. 

AVON BOTTLING CO (THE), George L Wampler, manager, 

KM S Howard st 
HEINZEllLTNG & LEONARD, 318 and 220 W Conway at 
ORIENT BOTTLING COMPANY, Third and Eastern av 

BREWERS. 

BAUERNSCHMIDT JOHN JR. 1707 W Pratt st 
BREHM GEORGE, Brehm's lane near Belair av 

VOKDERHORST J H & SON, '^^S^Xr"''' """"• "" 

WEISSNER JOHN F, 1702 N Gay st 

BRICK MAKERS. 

MARYLAND BRICK CO (THE), George M Bokee. president, 
N W corner Calvert and Fayette sts 

BRISTLE MANUFACTURERS. 

WILKENS WM & CO, 310 W Pratt st 

BROKERS— MERCHANDISE. 

COTTMAH J H & CO, 3 Exchange pi 

BROKERS— NOTE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE. 

LEWIS, FRITZ & CO, 6 South st 
WINCHESTER WILLIAM, 306 Second st 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

BARNETT C E, 111 W Franklin st 

CANDY MANUFACTURERS. 

CLARKE & JONES, 17 Light st 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

FERGUSON WM & BRO, 209 Clay st 

MARSHALL JOHN E & SON, Chamber of Commerce 

CARPETS. 

ROHLEDER J F, 1034 Light st 

CARPET MANUFACTURERS. 
SCHULTZ & BROTHER, 215 W German st 

CHEMICALS. 

BAKER R J & CO. 40 S Charles st 

CLOTWORTHY^ CHEMICAL CO, 13 and 19 Balderston st 

CHEMICAL SCOURER. 

FISHER EMIL, 216 W Fayette st 

CHURCH ORGANS. 

ROOSEVELT FRAMK, 668 W German st. 

Inserted at Lowest Prices and ii 
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Baltintore and North Streets. 

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DUTRDQfAl SUPERLATIVE PATENT— TIE 

rAlAroiiU [ premier flour of America. 

CIDKK. 

ELMER LEWIS & SONS, 117 South st 

CIGAK BOX MANUFACTUKEK. 

FISHER J HENRY. 89 and 41 E Lee st 

CIGAK MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS. 

NEUDECKER L H, 701 Lombard cor Ceutre Ma,':^,«t,jf P^^fbe^tv 
TEMPLE! AH BROTHERS, '^l^SHowa.d and .8. Liberty 

CLOCKS AND BRONZES. 

BEALMEAR H. 25 S Charles st 

CLOTHIERS. 

MABLEY & CAREW, 33 E Baltimore st 
OEHM'S ACME HALL, 5 and 7 W Baltimore st 

COAL MINERS AND SHIPPERS. 

CDMBERLAP COAL CO (THE), 213 E German st 

DAVIS COAL AND COKE CO, 213 E German st 

W VA CEIITRAL & PITTSBURGH RAILWAY COM Y, 

' 213 E German st ^^^^^^^ ^^d WOOD. 

BROOKS WILLIAM, 918 N G^y st 

McCULLOUGH GEORGE S, Park av and layette st 
ST A BLE R E .J R .V. CO, 7 South st 

WALLACE JAMES F, 1230 Ridgely st 

COFFEE IMPORTERS. 

HOFFM \N WEE & CO. S W corner Gay and Lombard sts 
LEVERING E & CO, 102 Commerce st 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

GILL & FISHER, 20 Chamber of Commerce 

GROT.TAN. MITCHELL & CO, 33 Hopkins pi 
T ATTTS HENRY cV CO. 227 E German st 

MATTHEWS & KIRKLAND, 32 and 34 S Charles 

SOBER EDWARD & CO, 48 S Charles st 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 

HANSON >TURRAY, S W corner St Paul and Fayette sts 
JENKINS CLAUDE J, 1 N Charles st 

COTTON MILLS. 
DRUID MILLS MANUFACTURING CO, 7 S Gay st 
LAUREL MILLS (THE),jrVV Germanst 



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r. & nflTTlhT'illlMANUFACTURIHG COMPANY 
VJ. A. uamuilll j- no^ 21 J commerce Street. 

MOUNT VERNON CO, Rlcliarfl Cromwell, President, 
203 E Lombard st 

CURLED HAIK MANUFACTURERS. 

WILKENS WM & CO. 310 W Pratt st 

CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER. 
SHADLUS FRANK H, 55 S Gay st 

CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS. 

LeFRANCE LOUIS, 39 S Liberty st 

CUTLERY, 

ALFORD A G & CO, 335 E Baltimore st 

DENTISTS. 

COLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION, S C Pennington, 337 N 

Charles st 
HOOPES DR WM H, 308 N Eutaw st 
WILLIAMS, J J, 337 N Charles 

DENTISTS' SUPPLIES. • 

HART JAMES, 111 N Cliarles (Up Stairs) 

DISTILLERS. 

MELVALE DISTILLING COMPANY, 504 E Lombard st 

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. 

HEISE, BRUNS & CO, corner Caroline st and Canton av 
MILLER J T & CO, Fremont corner Pratt st 
WATKINS FRANK D & CO, 409 W Pratt st 

DREDGING COMPANIES. 

BALTIMORE DREDGING CO, Wra T Key, manager, office 307 
Neal Building, S W corner Baltimore and Holliday sts 

DRESS SHIELDS. 

BRIHKMANN, A H & CO, Mnfrt Fedora Dress Sliields, 
41 Sotttli Liberty Street 

DRUGGISTS— WHOLESALE. 

LILLY, ROGERS & CO, 108 E Baltimore st 

DRY GOODS— COMMISSION. 

CAREY, BAYNE & SMITH, 17 W. German st 

GROTJAN, MITCHELL & CO. 33 Hopkins pi 
WITMER E F & CO, 16 Hanover st 

STRAUSS BROTHERS, 43 and 45 Hopkins pi 

DUMB WAITERS. 

BATES JAMES, President and Pratt sts 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING \ ?^,'fH%*'?S>]rc\V.a'^£?, 

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DYKK8 AND SCOUKEKS. 

FISHER EMIL, 216 W Fayette st 
LINCK FRED G, 305 E Fayette 

ELKCTKIC LIGHT COMPANIES. 

BRUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT CO (THE), H C Tudor, secretary 
aud treasurer, Neal Building-, S W cor Balto and Holliday sts 

ELECTKOTYPEKS. , 

RYAN JOHN CO (THE), Frederick and Second sts 

ELEA ATOKS. 

BATES JAMES, President and Pratt sts 

enginep:ks— CIVIL and mining. 

MARTENET SIMON J, 208 E Lexington 

SMITH FREDERICK H, 227 E German st 

ENGINEERS— MECHANICAL,. 

DIFFENDERFFER J K E, 217 N Calvert st 
• ENGRAVERS. 

HARRISON ENGRAVING COMPANY, Holliday and Second 

ENGRAVERS— PHOTO. 

SOUTHERN ENGRAVING CO, N W cor Balto and Charles 

FELT MANUFACTURERS. 

DRUID FELT CO, 7 S Gay st 

FELT ROOFING MANUFACTURERS. 

DRUID FELT CO, 7 S Gay st 

FERRY COMPANIES. 

BROADWAY AND LOCUST POINT, foot of Broadway 

FERTILIZERS. 

CHESAPEAKE GUANO CO (THE), J I ffllDDLETON, 
Vice-President, 21 Post Office Avenue 

BAKER R J & CO, 40 S Charles st 

REESE JOHN S & CO. lU South st 

WARING MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 44 South st 

FISHING TACKLE. 

JOHNSON J S & CO, 119 and 121 South st 

FLOUR DEALERS, 

GAMBRILL C A MANUFACTURING CO, 214 Commerce st 

FLOUR MILLS. 

GAMBRILL C A MANI^FACTMRING CO, 214 Commerce st 

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C A Gambrill "^ *'*''"''*^™^^''^ company 



No. 214 Commerce Street. 



I-IIKNCH CANJNKl) <;()OI>8. 

GOIJRNAY DE P F, 33 S Gay st 

FKKNCH WI^iES. 

GO URN AY DB P F. a3 S Gay st 

FUKNITUKE DEAI^ERS. 

ROHLEDER J F, 1034 Light st 

GEOLOGIST. 

SMITH FREDERICK H, 327 E German st 

GRAIN -COMMISSIOM. 

GILL & FISHER, 20 Chamber of Commerce 

GRAIN RECEIVERS AND SHIPPERS. 

GILL & FISHER, 20 Chamber of Commerce 

GROCERS— WHOLESALE. 

EGERTON SAMUEL E & 00,1306 Water st 
FOLEY D J & CO, 301 and 303 E Pratt st 

GUANO. 

CHESAPEAKE GUAHO CO 21 Post Office Av 

REESE JOHN S & CO, 10 South st 

WARING MANUFACTURING CO, 44 South st 

GUNS ANI> PISTOLS. 

ALFORD A G & CO, 235 E Baltimore st 

GYMNASIUM. 
ROWLAND H W, 216 N Charles st 

HALLS. 

MILBODRNE'S, 6 Norm Street 

HAND ELEVATORS. 

BATES JAMES. President and Pratt sts 

HARD WOOD AND 3IAHOGANY. 

BEW & CO, 227 E German st 
BRENAN P E. Howard and West sts 
CROSS WILLIAM S. 405 E Falls av 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 

EMMONS GEORGE, 1228 Maryland av 

HATS AND CAPS. 

MABLEY & CAREW, 33 E Baltimore st 
OEHM'S ACME HALL, 5 and 7 W Baltimore st 

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PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 



HOMINY MILLS. 

BALTIMORE PEARL HOMINY MILLS. 335 to 343 McElderry's 
whf 

HOTKLS. 

ALBION HOTEL, Cathedral and Read sts 
ALTAMONT HOTEL, Eutaw pi and Lanvale st 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS. 

RITTERHOPF E, 1157, 1159, 1161 E Baltimore st 

HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS. 

BATES JAMES, President and Pratt sts 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

BALDWIN L H, 8 Postoffice av 
CLARK D A, 331 and 233 E Baltimore st 
DUVALL & DUVALL, i]04 Second st 
HALL G W S, 413 Second st 
JACOBS J E, 8 South st 
KEIGHLER & KRAFT, 401 Second st 
L'ALLEMAND CHARLES, 407 E Baltimore st 
LAWFORD & McKIM,23S Holliday st 
MEIGS H B, Bank of Baltimore Building 
NICHOLSON, COLE & CO, Room 318 Neal Building 
RICHARDSON GEORGE I, 315 E German st 
WALKER & TAYLOR, 337 E German st. 

WARFIELD R EMORY, 15 South st 

INSURANCE— ACCIDENT. 

FIDELITY AND CASUALTY OF N Y. 304 Second st 

INSURANCE COMPANIES— BOILER. 
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INS CO, 23 S Holliday st 

INSURANCE— BOND AND GUARANTEE. 
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY OF N Y, 304 Second st 
INSURANCE COMPANIES— FIRE. 

AGRICULTTRAL INS CO OF N Y, 331 and 333 E Baltimore st 
^TNA INS CO OF HARTFORD. S E cor Second and Holliday 
AMERICAN INS CO OF NEWARK, N J, 231 and 333 E Balto st 
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO OF LONDON. S E 

corner Holliday and Second sts 
FIREMEN'S INS CO OF BALTIMORE, South and Second sts 
GERMANIA FIRE INS CO OF N Y, 407 E Baltimore st 
GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO OF LONDON, S E cor Holliday 

and Second sts 
HOWARD FIRE INS CO OF BALTO, N W corner South and 

Water sts 
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS CO OF GERMANY, S E 

corner Holliday and Second sts 
HOME FIRE INS CO OF BALTIMORE, 10 South st 



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CiGambrlU} 



MANUFACTDRIHG COMPANY 
Ho. 211 Commerce Street. 



KATIOHAL HOME INSURANCE CO, Wm C Jenness, 
President, Home Office N W C Holllday & Second 

ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL, ENG, R Emory Warfield, 
General Agent, 15 South st 

QUEEN INS CO OF LIVERPOOL, S E corner Holliday and 

Second sts 
SPRINGFIELD F & M INS CO OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS, 

S E corner Holliday and Second sts 

INSURANCE COMPANIES— IvIFE. 

^TNA OF HARTFORD, Bank of Baltimore Building- 
MUTUAL LIFE INS CO OF BALTO, 2 S Holliday st 
NEW YORK LIFE INS CO, 215 E German st and 8 South st 
PROVIDENT LIFE AND TRUST CO OP PHILADELPHIA, 

227 E German st 
WASHINGTON LIFE INS CO (THE) OF N Y. 8 Postoffice av 

JEAVEI.EKS' AND AVATCH3IAKEKS' TOOLS AND 

SUPPLIES. 

BEALMEAR H, 25 S Charles st 

JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS. 

BEALMEAR H, 25 S Charles st 
DANIEL M, 2 W Baltimore st 

KINDLING AVOOD. 

McCULLOUGH GEORGE S, Park av and Payette st 
STABLER E JR & CO, 7 South st 

LARD. 

CASSARD G & SON, 519 to 525 W Baltimore st 

LARD OIL. 
CASSARD G & SON, 519 to 525 W Baltimore st 
LAW BOOK PUBLISHERS. 

CORIANDER MARTIN, tt^^^r'i^V'''tS?6^l'^^; 

30« N CALVERT, RESIDENCE 3007 EUTAW PLACE 

SCRIMGER HAROLD B, l-.TEX'^?.'e'7t,T'li^8"i"i,tSi;: 

goniery st 

LEAD PIPE. 

ROBERTSON JAMES & CO, 17 S Charles and 827 S 
Howard St 

LEAF TOBACCO. 

BOYD WILLIAM A & CO, 35 South st 

LAUTS HENRY & CO, 227 E German st 

NEUDECKER L H. 701 Lombard cor Centre Market Space 

THE NATIONAL ADVERTISING BUREAU, \Tit^VnT 

North, The only Establishment in Raltimore or the South 
TransactiMg a General and Reliable Advertisins Business. 

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PJTSPQrftl SUPEKl ATIYE PATENT— THE 
fiiliirOUU ] PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 

LEATHER AND HARNESS. I 

EMMONS GEORGE, 1228 Maryland av ^ 

LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS. 

MUSGRAVE JAMES & SON. 414 and 416 N Front st 
ODEND'HAL SEBASTIAN, 223 W Fayette 

LIBRARY. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. M L Dudley, prop'r, 415 Second st ^ 

LlGNUM-VIT.i!: WOOD. 
MITCHELL EDWARD E, Hughes corner Covington 

EIVERY AND SALES STABLES. 

GEIGAN & CO, 205 E Baltimore st 
HALL N HARRY, 309 W Saratbgra st 

LIVE STOCK. 

RUNKEL BROTHERS & CO, 2005 W Pratt st 
WILHELM S & CO, 2005 W Pratt st 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

BRENAN P E, Howard and West sts 
CROSS WILLIAM S. 405 East Falls av 
HEISE, BRUNS & CO, 600 S Caroline st 
MYOHL & LIT KEN. 212 West Falls a v 

WALKER & MYERS, 209 Smith's wharf 
WATKINS FRAMK D & CO, 409 E Pratt st 

MACHINISTS. 

BASSHOR THOMAS C & CO, 28 Light st 
FROELICH JOHN C & CO, Point and Philpot sts 

MAPS AND PLATS. 

DIFFENDERFFER J K E, 217 N Calvert st 

MARBLE WORKS. 

BEVAN & SONS, 227 W Saratoga st 
SISSON HUGH & SONS, 210 E Baltimore st 

MASSAGE TREATMENT. 

ROWLAND H W, 216 N Charles st 

MAST HOOPS. 
MITCHELL EDWARD E. Hughes corner Covington 

MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

SLOAN E T J & CO, Pratt st and Spear's wharf 

MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMEN. 

DIFFENDERFFER J K E, 217 N Calvert st 



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MANDFACTURIHG COMPANY 
No. 214 Commerce Street. 



IVIKN'S 1 IKNISHINGS. 
MABLEY & CAREW, 33 E Baltimore st 
OEPIM'S ACME HALL, 5 and 7 W Baltimore st 

MLSICAl, INSTKIIIVIKNTS. 

EISENBRANDT H R & SONS, 424 E Baltimore st 

MUSICAI. MEKCHANDISK. 

EISENRRANDT H R & SONS, 424 E Baltimore st 

NAUTICAL INSTUMENTS. 
SLOANE T J & CO, Pratt st and Spear's wharf 

NEWS DEALERS. 

BALTIMORE NEWS COMPANY (THE), Sun Buildinff 
HARRISON W E C & SONS, 224 E Baltimore st 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS. 

ADVERTISEMENTS prepared and inserted at lowest rates in 
Newspapers, Magazines, Reviews, Trade Journals and every 
class of Periodicals in the United States or Foreign Countries 
by the National Advertising- Bureau, N W corner Baltimore 
and North streets. Baltimore, Md 

NETTING AND GILLING THREADS. 

JOHNSON J S & CO, 119 and 121 South st 

OBSERVATORIES. 

MARINE OBSERVATORY, M L Dudley, proper, Federal Hill 
Park 

OILS. 

AMBROLEO LUBRICANT CO, (see page 63) 

ROBINSON IM C & SON, 217 South st 

ORGANS. 

KNABE WILLIAM & CO, 22 and 24 E Baltimore st 

ORNAMENTAL GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

SEIM HENRY & CO, S W corner Howard and Fayette sta 

PACKET LINES. 

BALTIMORE AND JACKSONVILLE PACKET LINE, sailing 
vessels, 108 S Gay st 

PAPER HANGERS. 

NORRIS FRANK B & BRO, 824 and 826 E Baltimore st 

PATENT SOLICITORS. 
MANN & CO, 303 E Baltimore st 
PRICE & STEUART, 213 E German st 

PATENT AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. 
BLANEY F M & CO, S E corner Pratt and Gilmor sts 



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North, The only Establishment in Ralliniore or th« South 
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DATA DQPn 1 SUPERLATIVE PATEKT— THE 

ri iiiiroim | premier flour of America. 

PEAKL HOMINY, 

BALTIMORE PEARL HOMINY MILLS, 335 to 343 McElderry's 
wbarf 

PENSION AND CLAIM AGENTS. 

GARITEE CHARLES E, 112 E Fayette st 

PHOTO-ENGRAVING. 

SOUTHERN ENGRAVING CO, N W cor Balto and Charles sts 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

BUSEY N H. 112 N Charles st 
CUMMINS JAMES, 106 N Charles st 

PHYSICIANS. 

BENSON C W. 621 N Howard st. 

DR C W BENSON, SPECIALIST IN THE TREAT- 
MENT OF SKIN AND NERVOUS DISEASES. ELEC- 
TRIC BATHS AND ELECTRICITY USED IN ANY 
FORM DESIRED, SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS AND ALL 
BLEMISHES PERMANENTLY REMOVED 



PIANO MANUFACTURERS. 

KSABE WM & CO, 22 and 24 E Baltimore st 

PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 

ROBERTSOK JAMES & CO, 17 S Chrles st 

PORCELAIN FILLING FOR TEETH. 

HOOPES DR WM H, 308 N Entaw st 

PORK PACKERS. 

CASSARD G & SON, 519 to 525 W Baltimore st 

POAVDER. 

HAZARD POWDER CO, D J FOLEY & CO, Agents, 
301 and 303 E Pratt st 

PRINTERS. 

BALTIMORE PUBLISHING CO (THE), 106 E Baltimore st 

CUSHING & CO, 34 W Baltimore st 

DIEK H W & CO, 104 W Baltimore st 

DULANY WM J C & CO, 8 E Baltimore st 

GLASS D W & CO, 12 W Baltimore st 

LOBE M I & CO. 13 W Baltimore st 

LYCETT THOMAS E & CO. 311 N Charles st 

MEDAIRY J H & CO, 5 N Howard st 

linUI?tJTTQI?r)Q ' Will Save Time and Money by Doing 
AJU 1 Dill lOEinO f Business Through the National Adver. 
tising Bureau, Northwest Corner of Baltimore andNortli 
Streets, Baltimore, Md. 
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C A Gainbrill ^ "i*''"'^*^™™'^ company 



No. 214 Commerce Street. 



WHARTON, IJAKRON & CO, 10 E Fayette st 
WILSON J EDGAR & CO, Fayette and St Paul sts 

PRINTING PRESSES. 

DORMAN J F W & CO. 217 E German st 

RYAN JOHN CO (THE), Second and Frederick sts 

PROVISIONS— WHOLESALE. 

CASSARD G & SON. 519 to 5:^5 W Baltimore st 

PUBLISHERS. 

BALTIMORE PUBLISHING CO (THE), 106 E Baltimore st 

GUSHING & CO, 34 W Baltimore st 

DIEK H W & CO, 104 W Baltimore st 

DULANY WM J C & CO, 8 E Baltimore st 

LOBE M I & CO, 13 W Baltijnore st 

LYCETT THOMAS E & CO, 311 N Charles st 

ME DAIRY J H & CO, 5 N HoAvard st 

METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY, 118 E Baltimore st 

PIPPEN W V, 327 N Charles st 

WHARTON, BARRON & CO, 10 E Favette st 

WILSON J EDGAR & CO, Fayette and St Paul sts 

PUBLISHERS— LAW BOOKS. 

CURLANDER M, 208 N Calvert st 
SCRIMGER HAROLD B, 126 E Fayette st 

PUDDING PREPARATIONS. 

FRUIT PUDINE CO, 13 to 19 Balderston st 

PUMPS. 

MARYLAND STEAM BLOCK AND PUMP WORKS, Hughes 

corner Covington st 
PROGRESS ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, 110 N Liberty 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

FLACK JAMES W JR, 12 St Paul st 
GLENN JOHN & CO, 12 St Paul st 
GORTER A L & CO, 301 N Charles st 
HALL G W S, 413 Second st 
KEY EDWARD, Bank of Baltimore Building 

MORROW JAMES S, 126 E Fayette st 

SARGEANT & TINGES, 17 E Lexington st 
TURNBULL H C. 5 E Lexington st 
WOODS HIRAM & CO, 18 E Lexington st 

RESTAURANTS. 

WAGNER J & B L, 12 and 14 E Pratt st 

ROOFING MATERIALS. 

DRUID FELT COMPANY, 7 S Gay st 
MORGAN H F & CO, 20 E Lexington st 




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PSTSPQrni SUPERLATIVE PATENT— THE 
r Al ArOUU I PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 

KOOFEKS' SI.ATE. 

MORGAN H F & CO, 20 B Lexington st 

RUBBER GOOI>S. 

TILLINGHAST RUBBER CO, 25 W Baltimore st 

RUBBER STAMPS. 

BAUMGARTEN WM, 313 E Fayette st 

DOR MAN JOHN F W & CO, 217 E German st 

SAFES. 

MILLER SAFE AND IRON WORKS (THE), LUKE H 
MILLER, 24 W Baltimore st 

SALOONS. 

CLOT WORTHY E F. 18 North st 
LOUIS THOMAS F, 4 St Paul st 
OTTO CHRIS, 9 W Pratt st 

SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT. 

ROLAN SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT, 335 to 343 McElderry's 
wharf (see pag-e 3ti) 

SHEET LEAD. 

ROBERTSON JAMES & CO, 17 S Charles and 827 S 
Howard St 

SHINGLES. 

WALKER & MYERS, 209 Smith's wharf 

SHIPPING MERCHANTS. 

KREMELBERG, J D & CO, 105 E German 
LA UTS HENRY S & CO, HI E German st 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, 

OEHM'S ACME HALL, 5 and 7 W Baltimore st 
SHOT MANUFACTURERS. 

ROBERTSON JAMES & CO, 17 S Charles and 827 S 
Howard St 

SIGN PAINTERS. 

JORY k CO, Baltimore st corner Light 



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r A nQmhrilUMAHUFACTDRIBG COMPANY 

Vl. ii. UaiUUllll r Nn 9U r.Ammfirpp. ^ivot^i 



No. 214 Commerce Street. 



SILVKK ANI> GOLD PLATKKS. 

MONUMENTAL PLATING WORKS, W F Focke, proprietor, 
105 Hanover st 

SPORTING GOODS. 

ALFORD A G & CO, 225 E Baltimore st 

STAMPING. 

SCOTT JAMES L, 118 N Greene st 

STATIONKRS. 

DIEK H W & CO, 104 W Baltimore st 
GLASS D W & CO, 13 W Raltimore st 

STEAMSHIPS. 

MERCHANTS AND MINERS' TRANS CO, foot of Long Dock 

STEAM ELEVATORS. 

BATES JAMES, President and Pratt sts 

STENCIL CUTTERS. 

BAUMGARTEN WM, 213 E Fayette st 
DORMAN J F W, 217 E German st 

STEEL STAMPS. 

BAUMGARTEN WM, 313 E Fayette st 
DORMAN JOHN F W, 317 E German st 

STENOGRAPHERS. 

BARNES MRS N R, 9 E Lexington st 

STEREOTYPING. 

HARRISON ENGRAVING CO, corner Holliday and Second sts 

STORAGE WAREHOUSES. 

GRAHAM GEORGE B, Park av and Dolphin sts, and N E cor 
Lombard and Concord sts 

STOVES, ETC. 

HUBBARD ALVA & CO, H5 N Howard st 
LIEBRANDT, McDOWELL STOVE CO (THE), 22 S 
Charles st 

RITTERHOFF E, 1157, 1159, 1161 E Baltimore st 

SULPHURIC ACID. 

WARING MANUFACTURING CO, 44 South st 




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D ]l T ]l DQPn 1 SUPERLATIVE PATEST— THE 
rAlArJljU [PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. 

SUKGICAI. AND DKNTAL INSTRUMENTS. 

NEUHAUS CHARLES, 506 N Eutaw st 

SURVEYORS. 

MARTENET SIMON J, 208 E Lexington 

SURVEYORS' INSTRUMENTS, 

SLOAN E T J & CO, Pratt st and Spear's wharf 

TACKLE BI.OCKS, 
MARYLAND STEAM BLOCK AND PUMP WORKS, Hughe 
corner Covington sts 

TAILORS— MERCHANT. 

BELT C T & CO, 204 W Fayette st 
DOWNES & JENNINGS, 313 E Baltimore st 
HINDS WM S & SON, 6 W Fayette st 

SCOTT WM AMOS, 328 N Eutaw st 

TIMBER. 

BEW & CO, 327 E German st 
.CROSS WM S, 409 East Falls av 

TIN PLATE IMPORTERS AND DEALERS. 

PARKER E L & CO, 201 and 203 S Charles st 

TINWARE. 
RITTERHOFF E, 1157, 1159, 1161 E Baltimore st 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS— WHOLESALE. 

NEUDECKER L H. 701 Loml)ard st cor Centre Market Space 

TEMPLEMAK BROS, 21 S Howard & 28 S Liberty sts 

TRANSFER COMPANIES. 

GEIGAN & CO, 205 E Baltimore st 

TWINE MANUFACTURERS. 

GRAFFLIN JOHN C CO (THE), 209 South st 

HAIKES J J & CO, 34 to 38 S Howard St '^i 

JOHNSON J S & CO, 119 and 121 South st 

TYPE FOUNDERS. 
RYAN JOHN CO (THE), Second and Frederick sts 

TYPE-W^RITERS. 
SEIFFERT GEORGE R, 18 S Holliday st 

TYPE-WRITERS' MATERIALS. 
SEIFFERT GEORGE R, 18 S Holliday st 



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Your Newspaper Advertising; Y«u Need 
the Services of The National Advertis- 
ing Bureau. Northwest Corner of 
BalltisB«re and North Streets. 



C A Gainbrill ^ *'*''^'^**^''''^^""^ company 



No. 211 Commerce Street. 



TYPE-AVKITING MACHINKS. 

NATIONAL TYPE WRITER, George R Seillert, manager, 18 S 
Holliday st 

TYPE-AVKITING AND COPYING. 

BARNES MRS B R, 9 E Lexington st 

UNDERTAKERS. 

COOK MRS JOSEPH B, 1003 W Baltimore st 
HOUGH JOHN E, 1433 Pennsylvania av 
WEAVER WILLIAM, 738 N Eutaw st 

VARNISH MANUFACTURERS. 

BERRY BROTHERS, 23 E Lombard st 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
WARD PROF ROBERT, 213 W Fayette st 

VINEGAR. 
ELMER LEWIS & SONS, 117 South st 

VITRIOL. 
WARING MANUFACTURING CO, 44 South st 

WAUL PAPER— RETAIL,. 
NORRIS FRANK B & BROTHER, 834 and 836 E Baltimore st 

WHISKEY MERCHANTS. 
McRAE CHARLES, 409 N Calvert st 

WINES AND LIQUORS— WHOLESALE. 

GOURNAY DE P F, 33 S Gay st 
McRAE CHARLES, 409 N Calvert st 

WINDOW GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

SEIM HENRY & CO. S W corner Howard and Fayette sts 

TVINDOW SHADES. 

NORRIS FRANK B & BROTHER, 834 and 826 E Baltimore st 

W^IND MILLS. 

PROGRESS ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, 110 N Lib- 
erty st 

WOOD AND ^VILLOW W^ARE. 

HAINES J J & CO, 34 to 38 S Howard St 

JOHNSON J S & CO, 119 and 121 South st 

Inserted at Low^est Prices and ia 
best manner by The National 

Advertising Bureau, N W Cor ei 
Baltimore and North Streets. 

157 



idvertisements 



A. W. HARRISON, Proprietor. 

HARRISON ENGRAVING CO. 

(FORMERLY HARRISON & WHITLOCK,) 

Geneialtngfavefs Oil Wood and Biass 

ELECTROTYrEES & STEEEOTYPEES, 

S. W. Cor. HoUiday and Second Sts., Baltimore, 

TELEPHONE 575-». 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Academies, Colleges and 

Seminaries lo^ 

Balto Election Days ... n 

^"'V^'i^Ss^ Da?7 ■ : : : 4l Mountain Resorts 

,ks&Dis.Ua>s.. ^^' ^^^^igg Public 127 



Banl 



PAGE 

Libraries 126 

Markets ^26 

Marine Observatory . . - lob 

Monuments i 

• •• 3 



Banks-Savings ixoi>u...... — - ■ 

Bayside Resorts. ...^ .•i|;^^'^s- 

Business Direct y .140 ° ;- ^^p^^^f.Vce and US Court 

Cemetery Cos & °f;|=- !pri^°i"patBuildings 12? 

Churches '" '° "I|p"blic'^Hans "8 

C'tyfla" iisiRailroad Agencies 129 

^'otl..s- at BaVtimo^e: . t tSlRaHroad Depots. . .... .^530 



Dispensaries 

Drives ' '••' V-V 

Enoch Pratt Free Lib 
Express Companies. ...119 
and Boards 



o 



Steamboat Lines 13° 

Steamship Lines 231 

Street Car Lines. 131 to 134 
Street Directory. .19 to 107 



^^"f^Trfde ' '^.. 119 Streets of Baltimore 
of 1 race ^ ^.\^ ^ u (^ffxre^o. . 



Fire Alarms i2otoi24 

Fort McHenry ic)^ 

Hack Fares 125 



Telegraph Offices. 



19 
134 
Telephone Companies 
and Offices i35 

135 



H-fest Point of Obsvt'njTheat^^^^^^^ 

Hor'se Car' Offices. :..... 25 United States Offices m 
S'^pitals AsyUM,.,&c.i25 Ba m^^^^^^^^ 

itga, hTS-s".° ."^"l ' Iwharvel and Docks .136 



IjXDEX m ^DYERTIgEME^fg. 



O- 

PAGE 

Adams Express Co 26 

Albion Hotel (The)... 34 

Anibroleo 62 

Baker R J & Co 70 

Balto & Ohio R R 160 

Balto Dredging- Co 50 

Baho News Co 6 

Balto Pub Co (The).... 22 

l^alto Transfer Co 60 

Barnes Mrs N R 72 

Barnett C E 74 

Bauernschmidt John Tr. 54 

Baumgarten VVm '. . . 32 

Bealmear H 64 

Blaney F M 58 

Brehni Geo, back bone 
Brown Alex & Sons, 2d 
page cover 

Brown & Lowndes 4 

Brush Electric Co (The) 56 

Busey N H 74 

Central Savings Bank.. 76 

Colton hental A^sn 56 

Cross Wm S 48 



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PAGE 

Hough John E 30 

Keighler.cS: Kraft 48 

Lanahan J 14 

Linck Fred G .'.' 7 

Lobe's Old Book Store. 24 

Lord Henry W 70 

Lycett, The Stationer.. 44 

Mann & Co i 

Md Savings Bank 2 

Maryland Steam Block 

and Pump Works.. 68 

McRae Charles 52 

Medairy J H & Co 20 

Meigs H B 48 

Mel vale Whiskey 32 

Metropolitan Sav Bank. 4 
Middendorf,01iver&Co 2 

Moore & Copper 46 

National Adv Bureau.. 4 

Map & bottom lines 
Nat Mechanics' Bank.. 76 
National Type Writer.. 58 
Norris Frank B & Bro. . 58 
Notre Dame Academy. 66 



imms' Studio 7oiParker E L & Co. . . .'. , 72 

Cushmg & Co loiPippen Wm V . 16 

R-nH T^'u^r' J ^ E.... 76iPorcelain Dental Ari Co 68 

E.senbrandt H R & Sons 2S Saratoga Stables .:: ! ' 56 

FkherX^hT^ 58jSavingsBkofBalto(The 2 

Franklin lank.- ! ! i ' ! i i ' ,6 §'"°-" ^"^' * ^°-- 
Gam brill C A M'fg Co 

top lines 

Garritee Chas E 20 

GlassD W& Co 38 

Glenn John & Co 32 

Graham's Warehouses. 

3d page cover 
Grotjan, Mitchell & Co 70 
Harrison EngravingCo 158 
Harrison W E C & Sons 12 
Hotel Altamont 18 



Smith Fredk H 32 

Smith, Horpel & Co 36 

Southern Engraving Co 44 



Stassfort D H 



46 



Ward Prof Robt 74 

Waring M'fg Co ^o 



VVeems Line Steamers 
Wharton, Barron & Co 
Wiesner John F, opp. . . 
Wilkens Wm & Co. . . . 
Wilson J Edgar & Co, 



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72 

42 

143 
56 
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